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OWNERS MANUAL

LED LCD TV / LCD TV


Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.

The model and serial number of the TV is located


on the back and one side of the TV.
Record it below should you ever need service.

LED LCD TV MODELS


19LE5300
32LE5300
22LE5300
37LE5300
26LE5300
42LE5300
22LE5500
47LE5300
26LE5500
55LE5300

42LE7300
47LE7300
55LE7300

LCD TV MODELS
32LD420
32LD450
42LD420
37LD450
47LD420
42LD450
47LD450
37LD450C
42LD450C
47LD450C

32LD520
42LD630
42LD520
47LD630
47LD520
55LD630
55LD520
55LD520C

MODEL
SERIAL

P/NO : SAC34134204 (1007-REV07)

www.lg.com

WARNING / CAUTION
WARNING / CAUTION
To prevent fire or shock hazards, do not expose
this product to rain or moisture.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.

The lightning flash with arrowhead


symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert


the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.

WARNING/CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

NOTE TO CABLE/TV INSTALLER


This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installers attention to Article 820-40 of the National
Electric Code (U.S.A.). The code provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of the cable entry as practical.

FCC Notice
Class B digital device
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause (harmful)
interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation (of the
device).
Any changes or modifications in construction of
this device which are not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void
the users authority to operate the equipment.

CAUTION
Do not attempt to modify this product in any
way without written authorization from LG
Electronics.
Unauthorized modification could void the users
authority to operate this product.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.

Protect the power cord from being walked


on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the apparatus.

Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket,


or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from
tip-over.

Unplug this apparatus during lighting


storms or when unused for long periods
of time.

10

Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture,
does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.

Heed all warnings.


Follow all instructions.

Do not use this apparatus near water.

Clean only with dry cloth.

Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in


accordance with the ma nufacturers instructions.

Do not install near any heat sources such as


radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized


or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has
two blades with one wider than the other. A
grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong, The wide blade or the third
prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

11

Never touch this apparatus or antenna during


a thunder or lighting storm.

12

When mounting a TV on the wall, make sure


not to install the TV by the hanging power
and signal cables on the back of the TV.

13

Do not allow an impact shock or any objects


to fall into the product, and do not drop onto
the screen with something.

14

CAUTION concerning the Power Cord:


It is recommend that appliances be placed
upon a dedicated circuit; that is, a single
outlet circuit which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page
of this owner's manual to be certain.
Do not connect too many appliances to the
same AC power outlet as this could result in
fire or electric shock.
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall
outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or damaged
or cracked wire insulation are dangerous . Any
of these conditions could result in electric
shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of
your appliance, and if its appearance indicates
damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord
replaced with an exact replacement part by
an authorized servicer. Protect the power cord
from physical or mechanical abuse, such as
being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in a
door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention
to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the
cord exits the appliance.
Do not use a damaged or loose power cord.
Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the
TV. Grasp the plug when unplugging the
power cord.

15

WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this product to
rain, moisture or other liquids. Do not touch
the TV with wet hands. Do not install this
product near flammable objects such as
gasoline or candles or expose the TV to
direct air conditioning.

16

Do not expose to dripping or splashing and


do not place objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, cups, etc. on or over the apparatus (e.g. on shelves above the unit).

17

GROUNDING
Ensure that you connect the earth ground
wire to prevent possible electric shock (i.e. a
TV with a three-prong grounded AC plug
must be connected to a three-prong grounded AC outlet). If grounding methods are not
possible, have a qualified electrician install a
separate circuit breaker.
Do not try to ground the unit by connecting it
to telephone wires, lightening rods, or gas
pipes.
Power
Supply
Short-circuit
Breaker

18

DISCONNECTING DEVICE FROM MAINS


Mains plug is the disconnecting device. The
plug must remain readily operable.

19

As long as this unit is connected to the AC


wall outlet, it is not disconnected from AC
power even if you turn off the power switch
on the unit.

20

ANTENNAS
Outdoor antenna grounding
If an outdoor antenna is installed, follow the
precautions below. An outdoor antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits, or where it can come in contact
with such power lines or circuits as death or
serious injury can occur.
Be sure the antenna system is grounded so as
to provide some protection against voltage
surges and built-up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical Code
(NEC) in the U.S.A. provides information with
respect to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in
wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of
grounding conductors, location of antenna
discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes and requirements for the grounding
electrode.

23

Ventilation
Install your TV where there is proper ventilation. Do not install in a confined space such
as a bookcase. Do not cover the product
with cloth or other materials (e.g.) plastic
while plugged in. Do not install in excessively dusty places.

24

Take care not to touch the ventilation openings. When watching the TV for a long
period, the ventilation openings may
become hot.

25

If you smell smoke or other odors coming


from the TV or hear strange sounds, unplug
the power cord contact an authorized service
center.

26

Do not press strongly upon the panel with


hand or sharp object such as nail, pencil or
pen, or make a scratch on it.

27

Keep the product away from direct sunlight.

28

If the TV feels cold to the touch, there may be


a small flicker when it is turned on. This is
normal, there is nothing wrong with TV.
Some minute dot defects may be visible on
the screen, appearing as tiny red, green, or
blue spots. However, they have no adverse
effect on the monitor's performance.
Avoid touching the LCD screen or holding
your finger(s) against it for long periods of
time. Doing so may produce some temporary distortion effects on the screen.

Antenna grounding according to the National


Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
Ground Clamp

Antenna Lead in Wire

Antenna Discharge Unit


(NEC Section 810-20)

Electric Service
Equipment

Grounding Conductor
(NEC Section 810-21)
Ground Clamps
Power Service Grounding
Electrode System (NEC
Art 250, Part H)

NEC: National Electrical Code

21

22

Cleaning
When cleaning, unplug the power cord and
rub gently with a soft cloth to prevent
scratching. Do not spray water or other liquids
directly on the TV as electric shock may occur.
Do not clean with chemicals such as alcohol,
thinners or benzene.
Moving
Make sure the product is turned off, unplugged
and all cables have been removed. It may take
2 or more people to carry larger TVs. Do not
press against or put stress on the front panel
of the TV.

ON DISPOSAL
(Only Hg lamp used LCD TV)
The fluorescent lamp used in this product
contains a small amount of mercury. Do not
dispose of this product with general household waste. Disposal of this product must be
carried out in accordance to the regulations of
your local authority.

CONTENTS
WARNING / CAUTION............................... 2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Important Safety Instructions............................... 3

FEATURE OF THIS TV................................. 8


PREPARATION
Accessories..............................................................9
Front Panel Information...................................... 11
Back Panel Information......................................16
Stand Instructions...............................................20
VESA wall mounting..........................................28
Cable Management...........................................30
Desktop Pedestal Installation..........................32
Swivel Stand .........................................................32
Kensington Security System...........................32
Attaching the TV to a Desk.............................33
Securing the TV to the Wall to Prevent Falling
when the TV is used on a stand....................34
Antenna or Cable Connection........................35

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


HD Receiver setup..............................................36
DVD setup.............................................................39
VCR SETUP........................................................... 41
Other A/V Source Setup..................................42
USB Connection.................................................43
Headphone Setup ............................................43
Audio out Connection.......................................44
PC Setup...............................................................45

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL


Remote Control Functions...............................52
Turning on the TV...............................................54
Channel Selection..............................................54
Volume Adjustment...........................................54
Initial Setting........................................................55
On-Screen Menus Selection........................... 57
Quick menu..........................................................59

Customer Support
- Picture Test / Sound Test............................60
- Product/Service Info........................................ 61
Simple Manual.....................................................62
Channel Setup
- Auto Scan (Auto Tuning)...............................63
- Add/Delete Channel (Manual Tuning)......64
- Channel Editing................................................65
Favorite Channel Setup.....................................66
Favorite Channel List.........................................66
Channel List......................................................... 67
Channel Information..........................................68
Channel Brief Information................................ 69
Input List............................................................... 70
Input Label............................................................. 71
Reset to factory default (Initial Setting)....... 72
Mode Setting....................................................... 73
Demo Mode......................................................... 74
AV Mode................................................................ 75
SIMPLINK.............................................................. 76

MY MEDIA
Connection Method........................................... 78
Entry Mode........................................................... 79
Movie List............................................................. 80
Photo List.............................................................. 87
Music List..............................................................93
DivX Registration Code.....................................98
Deactivation..........................................................99

PICTURE CONTROL
Picture Size (Aspect Ratio) Control.............100
Picture Wizard.................................................... 102
Energy Saving............................................. 104
Preset Picture Settings (Picture mode)..... 105
Manual Picture Adjustment - User Mode.106
Picture Improvement Technology (Advanced
Control).................................................................107
Expert Picture Control.....................................108
Picture Reset.........................................................111
Power Indicator.....................................................111
TruMotion............................................................. 112

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


Auto Volume........................................................ 113
Clear Voice II....................................................... 114
Balance................................................................. 115
Preset Sound Settings (Sound Mode)........ 116
Sound Setting Adjustment - User Mode....117
Audio Reset......................................................... 118
TV Speakers On/Off Setup............................ 119
External Speakers On/Off Setup.................. 119
Stereo/SAP Broadcast Setup....................... 120
Audio Language ............................................... 121
On-screen Menus Language Selection..... 122
Caption Mode
- Analog Broadcasting System Captions.. 123
- Digital Broadcasting System Captions.... 124
- Caption Option............................................... 125

APPENDIX
Troubleshooting................................................. 142
Maintenance....................................................... 145
Product Specifications.................................... 146
IR Code................................................................. 151
External Control through RS-232C............ 152
Open Source License...................................... 158

TIME SETTING
Clock Setting
- Auto Clock Setup.......................................... 126
- Manual Clock Setup......................................127
Auto On/Off Time Setting............................. 128
Sleep Timer Setting......................................... 129

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS


Set Password & Lock System
- Setting up Your Password........................... 130
- Set Password................................................... 131
- Lock System.................................................... 132
Channel Blocking.............................................. 133
Movie & TV Rating........................................... 134
Downloadable Rating....................................... 139
External Input Blocking................................... 140
Key Lock............................................................... 141

FEATURE OF THIS TV

Some of these features are not available on all models.


High-definition
television.
Highresolution digital television broadcast
and playback system composed of
roughly a million or more pixels, 16:9
aspect-ratio screens, and AC3 digital
audio. A subset of digital television,
HDTV formats include 1080i and 720p
resolutions.
AV Mode is three preset picture and
audio settings. It allows the viewer to
quickly switch between common settings. It includes Cinema, Sports, and
Game Modes.
A unique invisible speaker system
tuned by renowned audio expert, Mr.
Mark Levinson. Speakers are embedded in strategic spots behind the front
cabinet and use minute vibrations to
turn the entire front bezel into the
speaker system. The result s a clean,
polished look, and enhanced audio by
increasing the sweet spot, giving a
wider and richer sound field.
Automatically enhances and amplifies
the sound of human voice frequency
range to help keep dialogue audible
when background noise swells.
Unlike other sensors which can only
sense brightness of ambient light, LGs
Intelligent Sensor uses 4,096 sensing steps to evaluate its surroundings.
Using a sophisticated algorithm, the LG
processes picture quality elements
including brightness, contrast, color,
sharpness and white balance. The result
is a picture optimized for its surroundings, more pleasing to watch and which
can also save up to 50% in power consumption.

Manufactured under license from Dolby


Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and HighDefinition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC."
Displays HDTV programs in full 1920 x
1080p resolution for a more detailed
picture.
View videos and photos and listen to
music on your TV through USB 2.0
(videos dependent on model).
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX is a digital
video format created by DivX,Inc. This is
an official DivX Certified device that
plays DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for
more information and software tools to
convert your files into DivX video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND:
This DivX Certified device must be
registered in order to play DivX Videoon-Demand (VOD) content. To generate the registration code, locate the
DivX VOD section in the device setup
menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this
code to complete the registration process and learn more about DivX VOD.
DivX Certified to play DivX video up to
HD 1080p, including premium content
Pat. 7,295,673; 7,460,688;7,519,274

IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO PREVENT IMAGE


BURN / BURN-IN ON YOUR TV SCREEN

When a fixed image (e.g. logos, screen menus, video game, and computer display) is displayed
on the TV for an extended period, it can become permanently imprinted on the screen. This
phenomenon is known as image burn or burn-in. Image burn is not covered under the manufacturers warranty.
In order to prevent image burn, avoid displaying a fixed image on your TV screen for a prolonged
period (2 or more hours for LCD, 1 or more
hours for Plasma).
Image burn can also occur on the letterboxed areas of your TV if you use the 4:3
aspect ratio setting for an extended period.

PREPARATION
ACCESSORIES
Ensure that the following accessories are included with your TV. If an accessory is missing, please contact the dealer where you purchased the TV.
The accessories included may differ from the images below.

1,5Vcc 1,5Vcc

1.5V 1.5V

Owners Manual

CD Manual

1,5Vcc 1,5Vcc

Remote Control,
Batteries (AAA)

1.5V 1.5V

1,5Vcc 1,5Vcc

Option Extras

Not included with all models


* Wipe spots on the exterior only with the
polishing cloth.

Polishing Cloth

PREPARATION

1.5V 1.5V

* Do not wipe roughly when removing


stains. Excessive pressure may cause
scratches or discoloration.

D-sub 15 pin Cable

When using the VGA (D-sub 15


pin cable) PC connection, the user
must use shielded signal interface
cables with ferrite cores to maintain standards compliance.

19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500
(For 26LE5300,
26LE5500)

x4

x4

(M4 x 14)
(M4 x 20)
Screws for stand assembly
(Refer to P.20, 22)

(For 26LE5300,
26LE5500)
1.5V 1.5V

x4

Cable Holder
(Refer to p.31)

1,5Vcc 1,5Vcc

Ring spacers
(Refer to p.29)

AC/DC Adapter

Power Cord

32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C, 42/47/55LD630


(For 32/37/42LD450,
37/42/LD450C, 42LD630)

x8

1.5V 1.5V

(For 37/42/47LD450C)
1,5Vcc 1,5Vcc

(M4 x 20)
Screws for stand Screws for stand fixing
assembly
(Refer to P.33)
(Refer to P.24)

Protection Cover
(Refer to P.25)

Power Cord

Protective Bracket
and Screw for
Power Cord
(Refer to P.30)

PREPARATION
32/42/47LD420, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C

(For 55LD520C)

PREPARATION

1.5V 1.5V

x4

(Except 47LD420,
47/55LD520,
55LD520C)

(For 55LD520C)

1,5Vcc 1,5Vcc

x2

(M4 x 24)
Screws for stand Torx plus Star Screw for stand Protection Cover
head screw
fixing
assembly
(Refer to P.27)
(Refer to P.26) (Refer to P.26) (Refer to P.33)

Power Cord Protective Bracket


and Screw for
Power Cord
(Refer to P.30)

32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 42/47/55LE7300
(32/37/42/47/55LE5300)
(32LE5300)

(37/42LE5300)

x4

x4

(M4 x 22)

(M4 x 24)

(47/55LE5300)

x4
(M4 x 26)

x4
(M4 x 16)

Screws for stand assembly


(Refer to P.22)
(42/47LE7300)

x3

(55LE7300)

x4

(M4 x 20) (M4 x 12)

x3

x4

(M4 x 26) (M4 x 16)

Screws for stand assembly


(Refer to P.21)
(For 42/47/55LE7300)

(For 32LE5300)

x2
Cable Holder
(Refer to p.31)

10

Component gender cable,


AV gender cable

Cable Management Clip


(Refer to p.31)

Screw for stand fixing


(Refer to P.33)

FRONT PANEL INFORMATION


Image shown may differ from your TV.

19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500

Remote Control Sensor

PREPARATION

19/22/26/32/37/42/47/55LE5300,
22/26LE5500

Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the Power Indicator
in the OPTION menu.p.111)

32/37/42/47/55LE5300
SPEAKER
Remote Control Sensor
CH

VOL

VOL

ENTER

MENU

INPUT

Intelligent Sensor
Adjusts picture according to
the surrounding conditions
Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the Power Indicator
in the OPTION menu.p.111)

ENTER

MENU

INPUT

19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500
CH

VOL

ENTER

CHANNEL VOLUME
(-, +)
(,)
Buttons
Buttons

ENTER

CH

VOL

CHANNEL VOLUME
(-, +)
(,)
Buttons
Buttons

INPUT

ENTER MENU INPUT POWER


Button Button Button Button

32/37/42/47/55LE5300

VOL

MENU

MENU
ENTER

MENU

INPUT

INPUT

ENTER MENU INPUT POWER


Button Button Button Button

11

PREPARATION

Image shown may differ from your TV.

PREPARATION

32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C

CH

CH

CHANNEL
(,) Buttons

CH

VOL

VOL ENTER

VOL
ENTER

MENU

MENU INPUT

ENTER
INPUT
SPEAKER

MENU
INPUT
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the Power Indicator
in the OPTION menu.p.111)

12

VOLUME (+, -)
Buttons

ENTER Button
MENU Button
INPUT Button
POWER Button

CH
CH

VOL

VOL

CHANNEL
(,) Buttons

PREPARATION

42/47/55LD630

VOLUME (+, -)
Buttons

ENTER

CH

MENU

INPUT

ENTER

ENTER Button
MENU

MENU Button

INPUT

SPEAKER

INPUT Button
VOL

POWER Button
ENTER

MENU

INPUT

Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the Power Indicator
in the OPTION menu.p.111)

Remote Control Sensor


Intelligent Sensor
Adjusts picture according to the surrounding conditions.

13

PREPARATION

Image shown may differ from your TV.


CH

PREPARATION

32/42/47LD420
VOL

CHANNEL
(,) Buttons

CH
ENTER
MENU
INPUT

VOLUME (+, -)
Buttons

VOL

SPEAKER
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the Power Indicator
in the OPTION menu.p.111)

ENTER

ENTER Button

MENU

MENU Button

INPUT

INPUT Button
POWER Button

CH
32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C

CH

VOL

ENTER

VOL

MENU

CHANNEL
(,) Buttons

INPUT

CH

SPEAKER

Remote Control Sensor,


Intelligent Sensor MENU
Adjusts picture according to
the surrounding conditions

INPUT
Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the Power Indicator in
the OPTION menu.p.111)

14

VOLUME (+, -)
Buttons

ENTER
VOL

ENTER Button
ENTER

MENU Button
MENU

INPUT Button
INPUT

POWER Button

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

CH

CH

CHANNEL VOL
(,) Buttons

PREPARATION

42/47/55LE7300

ENTER
OFF

ON

VOL

VOLUME (+, -)
MENU
Buttons
INPUT

ENTER Button

Power/Standby Indicator
(Can be adjusted using the
Power Indicator in the OPTION
menu.p.111)

ENTER

MENU

MENU Button

CH

INPUT Button
INPUT

POWER Button

VOL

Remote Control Sensor

!
Intelligent Sensor
Adjusts picture according to
the surrounding conditions.

! NOTE
Do not step on the glass stand or subject it
to any impact.It may break, causing possible
? injury from fragments of glass, or the TV
may fall.
Do not drag the TV. The floor or the product
may be damaged.

ENTER

MENU

INPUT

15

PREPARATION
BACK PANEL INFORMATION

IN 3

USB IN

USB IN

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)
2

H/P

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

PB

PR

YVIDEO PB

L
AUDIO
L

PR

AUDIO
COMPONENT IN
VIDEO

/DVI IN

/DVI IN

(DVI)

ANTENNA/

7
(DVI)

CABLE IN
ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

DC-IN

H/P

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
RGB IN (PC)

IN 3

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

DC-IN

RS-232C IN

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

IN 3

(DVI)

H/P

USB IN

USB IN

4
USB IN

H/P

DC-IN

USB IN

(DVI)
/DVI IN

DC-IN

/DVI IN

11

26LE5300,
26LE5500

H/P

H/P

IN 3

H/P

19/22LE5300,
22LE5500

H/P

PREPARATION

19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500

USB IN

Image shown may differ from your TV.


USB IN

RS-232C IN

RS-232C IN
(CONTROL&SERVICE)
(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AV IN
AUDIO IN DIGITAL OPTICAL
AV IN
RGB/DVI AUDIO
AUDIOINOUT DIGITAL
L(MONO) AUDIO R
VIDEO
RGB/DVI AUDIO
OUT VIDEO L(MONO)
AUDIO R

Power Connection

RGB INRGB
(PC)IN (PC)
Y

PB

Y
VIDEO

PR
PB

VIDEO

L
PR
AUDIO

R
L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN
COMPONENT IN

DC IN

Connect the AC/DC adapter plug to the


power input jack on the TV.
2 Connect the power cord to the AC/DC
adapter first, then plug the power cord into
the wall power outlet.

R
ANTENNA/
CABLEANTENNA/
IN 1
CABLE IN

AC/DC Adaptor

CAUTION
Please be sure to connect the TV to the AC/DC power adapter before connecting the TVs
power plug to a wall power outlet.

16

USB IN
IN 4

32/37/42/47/55LE5300

/DVI IN

H/P

USB IN

10

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

AV IN 1

RGB IN (PC)
COMPONENT IN 1

PB

PR

VIDEO

(RGB/DVI)

L
AUDIO

42/47/55LE7300

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

AV IN 1

RGB IN (PC)

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

2
COMPONENT IN 1

AUDIO IN

(DVI)

Y
(RGB/DVI)

/DVI IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN
PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

For HDMI IN 4 and USB IN


For an optimal connection,
HDMI cables and USB
devices should have bezels
less than 10 mm (0.39
inches) thick.

AV IN 1
L/MONO AUDIO R

VIDEO

AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)

RS-232C IN

RGB IN (PC)

1(DVI)

WIRELESS
CONTROL

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

CAUTION

RS-232C IN

OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

/DVI IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

AUDIO IN

(DVI)

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

RS-232C IN

OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

PB

VIDEO

PR

AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

*A

10 mm (0.39 inches)

COMPONENT IN 1

IN 4

/DVI IN

LAN

AV IN2
VIDEO / AUDIO

/DVI IN

H/P

COMPONENT IN2
Y PB PR / AUDIO

WIRELESS
CONTROL

AV IN2
VIDEO / AUDIO

COMPONENT IN2
Y PB PR / AUDIO

PREPARATION

LAN

17

PREPARATION

32/42/47LD420, 32/37/42/47LD450
AC IN

PREPARATION

USB IN
USB IN

10

IN 2
IN 3

AC IN

AVAV
IN 1IN 1

RGB
(PC)
RGB
IN IN
(PC)

L/MONO AUDIO R
VIDEO L/MONO
AUDIO R
VIDEO

2
1

PB

PR

L
R
Y
PB
PR
AUDIO
AUDIO
VIDEO
AUDIO
IN INRGB IN (PC)
AUDIOVIDEO
VIDEO
(RGB/DVI)
(RGB/DVI)
COMPONENT IN

/DVI
/DVIIN
IN

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

COMPONENT IN

AVAV
IN IN
2 2

AV IN
1
ANTENNA/
ANTENNA/
CABLE
L/MONO
AUDIO
R
CABLE
IN IN

USB IN
IN 2

RS-232C IN

RS-232C
(CONTROL
&IN
SERVICE)
(CONTROL
& SERVICE)

OPTICAL
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO
AUDIO
OUTOUT

1
H/P

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

H/P
H/P

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R


VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

AV IN 2
1

AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)

/DVI IN

PB

VIDEO

PR

6
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630

USB IN

USB IN

10

1
/DVI IN

OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
Y
AUDIO
IN
/DVI IN
(RGB/DVI)
RGB IN (PC)

RS-232C IN

PB

YL

PR

AUDIO IN
VIDEO

(RGB/DVI)

COMPONENT IN
VIDEO

PBR
VIDEO
AUDIO

L
R
PR
ANTENNA/AUDIO
CABLE IN
COMPONENT
IN
AV IN 1

L/MONO AUDIO R

18

AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)

PB

VIDEO

PR

COMPONENT IN

AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

IN 3

AV IN 2

USB IN

IN 3

H/P

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

IN 3

IN 3

AV IN 2

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

/DVI IN

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

L/MONO AUDIO R

H/P

VIDEO

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

L/MONO AUDIO R

VIDEO

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

AV IN 1

AV IN 1

RGB IN (PC)

RGB IN (PC)

RS-232C IN

RS-232C IN
OPTICAL (CONTROL & SERVICE)
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

USB IN

H/P

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

H/P

32/42/47/55LD520,
55LD520C
42/47/55LD630

AV IN 2

AV IN 2

37/42/47LD450C
AC IN

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT

/DVI IN

RGB IN (PC)
RGB IN (PC)

1
2
1

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

AV IN 1

VIDEO L/MONO
REMOTE
CONTROL IN

RJP

13

12

AVAV
IN IN
2 2

1 OPTICAL

DIGITAL

AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)

RJP

EXTERNAL SPEAKER OUT


AV IN 1
PB
PVIDEO
R
L
R R
L
R
AUDIO
L/MONO
ANTENNA/
L
R
PBCOMPONENT
PR
IN
ANTENNA/
CABLE IN
AUDIO
VIDEO
CABLE IN
COMPONENT IN

RGB IN (PC)
Y
Y

OPTICAL AUDIO IN
DIGITAL (RGB/DVI)
AUDIO OUT

HDMI/DVI IN, HDMI IN


Digital Connection.
Supports HD video and Digital audio. Doesnt
support 480i.
Accepts DVI video using an adapter or HDMI
to DVI cable (not included).
2 RGB IN (PC)
Analog PC Connection. Uses a D-sub 15 pin
cable (VGA cable).
AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI)
0.32 cm (1/8 inch) headphone jack for analog
PC audio input.
3 OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Digital optical audio output for use with amps
and home theater systems.
Note: In standby mode, this port doesnt work.
4 RS-232C IN (CONTROL & SERVICE)
Used by third party devices.
This port is used for service or Hotel mode.
5 AV (Audio/Video) IN
Analog composite connection. Supports standard definition video only (480i).
6 ANTENNA/CABLE IN
Connect over-the-air or cable signals to this
jack.
1

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL & SERVICE)

/DVI IN

/DVI IN AUDIO OUT

EXTERNAL
SPEAKER OUT
AV
IN 1

L
R
AUDIO R
L/MONO AUDIO R
VIDEO

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R


VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

RS-232C IN

REMOTE
OPTICAL
CONTROL
IN

7Y

PB
PR
L
COMPONENT IN 6

IN 2

11

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R

H/P

USB IN

IN 2
IN 3

USB IN
USB IN

AC IN

PREPARATION

10

AV IN 2

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN
Analog Connection.
Supports HD.
Uses a red, green, and blue cable for video &
red and white for audio.
8 USB INPUT
Used for viewing videos, photos and listening
to MP3s.
7

HEADPHONE
0.32 cm (1/8 inch) headphone jack
Impedance 16 , Maximum audio out 15 mW
10 Power Cord Socket
For operation with AC power.
Caution: Never attempt to operate the TV on
DC pwer.
9

11 REMOTE

CONTROL IN
For a wired remote control.
12 EXTERNARL SPEAKER OUT
For use with external speakers.
13 RJP
Connect this to an LG remote jack pack system.

19

PREPARATION
STAND INSTRUCTIONS (For 19/22LE5300, 22LE5500)

Image shown may differ from your TV.

DETACHMENT

INSTALLATION
PREPARATION

Carefully place the TV screen side down


on a cushioned surface to protect the
screen from damage.

Assemble the parts of the STAND BODY


with the STAND BASE of the TV.
STAND BODY

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

Remove the screws from the TV.

Detach the stand from TV.

STAND BASE

Assemble the TV as shown.

Install the 4 screws into the holes shown.

M4 x 14

?
20

! NOTE
When assembling the desk type stand,
make sure the screws are fully tightened (If
not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward
? after the product installation). Do not over
tighten.

STAND INSTRUCTIONS (For 42/47/55LE7300)


Image shown may differ from your TV.

INSTALLATION

DETACHMENT

Carefully place the TV screen side down


on a cushioned surface to protect the
screen from damage.

Assemble the parts of the STAND BODY


with the STAND BASE of the TV.

STAND BODY

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

Remove the screws from the TV.

Detach the stand from TV.

PREPARATION

M4 x 20
42/47LE7300
M4 x 26
55LE7300

STAND BASE

Assemble the TV as shown.

Install the 4 screws into the holes shown.

M4 x 12
42/47LE7300
M4 x 16
55LE7300

! NOTE
When assembling the desk type stand,
make sure the screws are fully tightened (If
not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward
? after the product installation). Do not over
tighten.

21

PREPARATION
STAND INSTRUCTIONS (For 26/32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 26LE5500)

Image shown may differ from your TV.

PREPARATION

INSTALLATION
1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

Assemble the parts of the STAND BODY


with the STAND BASE of the TV.

M4 x 20

22

M4 x 22

26LE5300,
32LE5300
26LE5500
Assemble the TV as shown.

STAND BODY

M4 x 24

M4 x 26

37/42LE5300

Assemble the part of the STAND


REAR COVER with the TV.

STAND BASE

47/55LE5300

STAND REAR
COVER

Install the 4 screws into the holes shown.

! NOTE

When assembling the desk type stand,


make sure the screws are fully tightened (If
? not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward
after the product installation). Do not over
tighten.

M4 x 14
26LE5300,
26LE5500

M4 x 16
Other models

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

Remove the screws from the TV.

Detach the STAND REAR COVER from TV.

Detach the stand from TV.

PREPARATION

DETACHMENT

23

PREPARATION
STAND INSTRUCTIONS (For 32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C, 42/47/55LD630)

Image shown may differ from your TV.

PREPARATION

INSTALLATION
1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.
AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

AC IN

Assemble the parts of the STAND BODY


with the STAND BASE of the TV.

STAND BODY

M4X20

M4 x 20
STAND BASE
AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

AC IN

Assemble the TV as shown.

CABLE MANAGEMENT

AC IN

Install the 4 screws into the holes shown.


CABLE MANAGEMENT

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

M4 x 20

24

! NOTE

When assembling the desk type stand,


make sure the screws are fully tightened (If
? not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward
after the product installation). Do not over
tighten.

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

PREPARATION

DETACHMENT

AC IN

Remove the screws from the TV.


CABLE MANAGEMENT

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

Detach the stand from TV.

AC IN

AC IN

CABLE MANAGEMENT

CABLE MANAGEMENT

PROTECTION COVER
After removing the stand, install the included
PROTECTION COVER over the hole for the
stand.
Press the PROTECTION COVER into the TV until
you hear it click.
When installing the wall mounting bracket, use
the PROTECTION COVER.

25

AC IN

PREPARATION
STAND INSTRUCTIONS

(For 32/42/47LD420, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C)


Image shown may differ from your TV.

PREPARATION

INSTALLATION
1

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

Assemble the TV as shown.

Install the 4 screws into the holes shown.

M4 x 24
For 55LD520C

x4

26

! NOTE

When assembling the desk type stand,


make sure the screws are fully tightened (If
? not tightened fully, the TV can tilt forward
after the product installation). Do not over
tighten.

Tighten the stand with the four screws


(provided as parts of the TV).
or
Tighten the two of these four
screws and the two Torx plus
star head screws (provided as
parts of the TV) to secure the TV. Tighten
the two Torx plus star head screws with a
star head driver bit (not provided as parts
of the TV).
x2

x2

Image shown may differ from your TV.

Carefully place the TV screen side down on


a cushioned surface to protect the screen
from damage.

Remove the screws from the TV.

Detach the stand from TV.

PREPARATION

DETACHMENT

PROTECTION COVER
After removing the stand, install the included
PROTECTION COVER over the hole for the
stand.
Press the PROTECTION COVER into the TV until
you hear it click.
When installing the wall mounting bracket, use
the PROTECTION COVER.

27

PREPARATION
VESA WALL MOUNTING

PREPARATION

Install your wall mount on a solid wall perpendicular to the floor. When attaching to other building materials, please contact your nearest installer.
If installed on a ceiling or slanted wall, it may fall and result in severe personal injury.
We recommend that you use an LG brand wall mount when mounting the TV to a wall.
LG recommends that wall mounting be performed by a qualified professional installer.
VESA (A * B)
Model
19LE5300,
22LE5300,
22LE5500,
26LE5300,
26LE5500
32LE5300,
32LD420,
32LD450,
32LD520
37LE5300, 42LE5300,
47LE5300,
37LD450, 37LD450C,
42LE7300, 47LE7300,
42LD450, 42LD450C,
47LD450, 47LD450C,
42LD420, 47LD420,
42LD520, 47LD520,
42LD630, 47LD630

55LE5300,
55LE7300,
55LD520, 55LD520C
55LD630

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Standard
Screw

Quantity

Wall Mounting Bracket


(sold separately)
LSW100B, LSW100BG

100 * 100

M4

LSW100B, LSW100BG
200 * 100

M4

LSW200B, LSW200BG

200 * 200

M6

LSW400B, LSW400BG,
DSW400BG
400 * 400

M6

Screw length needed depends on the wall


mount used. For further information, refer to
? the instructions included with the mount.
Standard dimensions for wall mount kits are
shown in the table.
When purchasing our wall mount kit, a detailed
installation manual and all parts necessary for
assembly are provided.
Do not use screws longer than the standard
dimension, as they may cause damage to the
inside to the TV.
For wall mounts that do not comply with the
VESA standard screw specifications, the length
! of the screws may differ depending on their
specifications.

Do not use screws that do not comply with the


VESA standard screw specifications.
Do not use fasten the screws too strongly, this
may damage the TV or cause the TV to a fall,
leading to personal injury. LG is not liable for
these kinds of accidents.
LG is not liable for TV damage or personal
injury when a non-VESA or non specified wall
mount is used or the consumer fails to follow
the TV installation instructions.

PREPARATION

! NOTE

CAUTION
Do not install your wall mount kit while your TV is turned on. It may result in personal injury due to
electric shock.

For 26LE5300, 26LE5500

Place the ring spacers on the set before installing the wall
mounting bracket so that the inclination of the backside
of the set can be adjusted perpendicularly.

4-RING SPACERS

29

PREPARATION
CABLE MANAGEMENT

Image shown may differ from your TV.

32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C, 32/42/47LD420, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630


PREPARATION

Connect the cables as necessary.


To connect additional equipment, see the EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP section.
For 37/42/47LD450C, 55LD520C: Secure the power cord with the PROTECTIVE BRACKET/
SCREW on the TV back cover. It will help prevent the power cable from being removed by accident.

PROTECTIVE BRACKET/SCREW

Open the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP as shown.

CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP

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Put the cables inside the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP and snap it closed.

19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500
After connecting the cables as necessary,
install the CABLE HOLDER as shown
and bundle the cables.

FOR DESK-TYPE STAND


1

CABLE HOLDER

CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP

32/37/42/47/55LE5300

Secure the power cord with the CABLE


HOLDER on the TV back cover.
It will help prevent the power cable from
being removed by accident.

Install the CABLE MANAGEMENT CLIP


as shown.

PREPARATION

42/47/55LE7300

Connect the cables as necessary.


To connect additional equipment, see the
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP section.

FOR WALL MOUNT


CABLE HOLDER

After connecting the cables as necessary,


install the CABLE HOLDER as shown
and bundle the cables.

Connect the cables as necessary.


To connect additional equipment, see the
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP section.
Install CABLEHOLDER as shown and
bundle the cables.

CABLE HOLDER

CABLE HOLDER

31

PREPARATION
DESKTOP PEDESTAL INSTALLATION

Image shown may differ from your TV.

For proper ventilation, allow a clearance of 10.1 cm (4 inch) on all four sides from the wall.

PREPARATION

10.1 cm (4 inch)

10.1 cm (4 inch)
10.1 cm (4 inch)

10.1 cm (4 inch)

CAUTION
Ensure adequate ventilation by following the clearance recommendations.
Do not mount near or above any type of heat source.

SWIVEL STAND (Except 19/22LE5300, 22LE5500)


After installing the TV, you can adjust the TV set manually to the left or right direction by 20 to suit
your viewing position.

KENSINGTON SECURITY SYSTEM


This feature is not available for all models.

-T
 he TV is equipped with a Kensington Security System connector on the back panel. Connect the Kensington Security
System cable as shown below.
- For the detailed installation and use of the Kensington Security
System, refer to the users guide provided with the Kensington
Security System.
For further information, contact http://www.kensington.com,
the internet homepage of the Kensington company. Kensington
sells security systems for expensive electronic equipment such
as notebook PCs and LCD projectors.
NOTE: The Kensington Security System is an optional accessory.

32

ATTACHING THE TV TO A DESK


(For 32/42LD420, 32/37/42LD450, 37/42LD450C, 32/42LD520, 42LD630, 32LE5300)

Image shown may differ from your TV.

Stand

PREPARATION

The TV must be attached to a desk so it cannot be pulled in a forward/backward direction, potentially causing injury or damaging the product.

1-Screw
(provided as parts of the product)
Desk
For 37/42/47LD450C

Stand

4-Screws
(not provided as parts of the product)
For 55LD520C

Desk

4-Screws
(not provided as parts of the product)

Recommended screw size: M5 x L (*L: Table depth + 8~10 mm)

ex) Table depth: 15mm, Screw: M5 x 25

WARNING
To prevent TV from falling over, the TV should be securely attached to the floor/wall per installation instructions. Tipping, shaking, or rocking the machine may cause injury.

33

PREPARATION
SECURING THE TV TO THE WALL TO PREVENT FALLING
WHEN THE TV IS USED ON A STAND
You should purchase necessary components to prevent the TV from tipping over (when not using a
wall mount).
Image shown may differ from your TV.

PREPARATION

We recommend that you set up the TV close to a wall so it cannot fall over if pushed backwards.
Additionally, we recommend that the TV be attached to a wall so it cannot be pulled in a forward
direction, potentially causing injury or damaging the product.
Caution: Please make sure that children dont climb on or hang from the TV.

Insert the eye-bolts (or TV brackets and bolts) to tighten the product to the wall as shown in the
picture.
* If your product has the bolts in the eye-bolts position before inserting the eye-bolts, loosen the
bolts.
* Insert the eye-bolts or TV brackets/bolts and tighten them securely in the upper holes.
Secure the wall brackets with the bolts (sold separately) to the wall. Match the height of the bracket
that is mounted on the wall to the holes in the product.
Ensure the eye-bolts or brackets are tightened securely.

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Use a sturdy rope (sold separately) to tie the product. It is safer to tie the
rope so it becomes horizontal between the wall and the product.

! NOTE
Use a platform or cabinet strong enough and large enough to support the size and weight of
the TV.

T
? o use the TV safely make sure that the height of the bracket on the wall and the one on the TV are
the same.

IN 4

H/P

ANTENNA OR CABLE CONNECTION

IN 4

(SERVICE ONLY)

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT

AC IN

/DVI IN
Y

CONTROL

CABLE MANAGEMENT

PB

PR

1
AUDIO

VIDEO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

VIDEO L/MONO AUDIO R H/P

Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments

(Connect to wall antenna


socket)
WIRELESS

RS-232C IN

AV IN 1 COMPONENT IN

IN (PC)
Wall Antenna Socket or Outdoor Antenna without a Cable RGB
Box
Connections.
3
LAN
RGB/DVI OPTICAL DIGITAL
For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction if2 needed.

PREPARATION

USB IN 1

AV IN 2

1. Antenna (Analog or Digital)

Wall
Antenna
Socket

L/MONO AUDIO R

CABLE MANAGEMENT

USB INVIDEO
2

AC IN

To prevent damage do not connect to the power outlet until all connections are made between the
devices.
Image shown may differ from your TV.

AV IN 2

Outdoor
Antenna
(VHF, UHF)

RF Coaxial Wire (75 )


Single-family Dwellings /Houses
(Connect to wall jack for outdoor antenna)
LAN

WIRELESS
CONTROL

(SERVICE ONLY)

RGB/DVI OPTICAL DIGITAL

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT

/DVI IN
Y

PB

PR

1
VIDEO

AUDIO

AV IN 1 COMPONENT IN

2. Cable

RS-232C IN

Be careful not to bend the copper wire


when connecting the antenna.

3
2

Copper Wire
RGB IN (PC)

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

Cable TV
Wall Jack
RF Coaxial Wire (75 )

If the antenna needs to be split for two TVs, install a 2-Way Signal Splitter.
For much more information about antennas visit our Knowledgebase at http://lgknowledgebase.
com. Search for antenna.

35

EXTERNAL
EXTERNALEQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
SETUP
SETUP

To prevent the equipment damage, never plug in any power cords until you have finished connecting all
equipment.

IThis part of EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP mainly use picture of for 26LE5300/26LE5500.

HD RECEIVER SETUP
This TV can receive digital over-the-air/digital cable signals without an external digital set-top box.
However, if you do receive digital signals from a digital set-top box or other digital external device.

Component Connection
Connect the video outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the
digital set-top box to the COMPONENT IN
VIDEO or 1/2* jacks on the TV. Match the jack
colors (Y = green, PB = blue, and PR = red).

Connect the audio output of the digital set-top


box to the COMPONENT IN AUDIO or 1/2*
jacks on the TV.

DC-IN

PB

PR

(DVI)

2
RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

2. How to use

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

Turn on the digital set-top box.


RGB IN (PC)
(Refer to the owners manual for the digital settop box operation.)
Select the Component or Component1/2* input
source on the TV using the INPUT button on the
remote control.
* Component2: For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 42/47/55LE7300

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

1280x720p
1920x1080i

1920x1080p

15.73

60.00

31.47

59.94

31.50

60.00

44.96

59.94

45.00

60.00

33.72

59.94

33.75

60.00

26.97

23.976

27.00

24.00

33.71

29.97

33.75

30.00

67.432

59.94

67.50

60.00

USB IN

59.94

PR

L
AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)
For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300,
42/47/55LE7300
OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

IN 4

15.73

PB

VIDEO

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

AV IN2
VIDEO / AUDIO

720x480p

Vertical
Frequency(Hz)

(DVI)

H/P

720x480i

Horizontal
Frequency(KHz)

COMPONENT IN2
Y PB PR / AUDIO

Resolution

DC-IN

/DVI IN

Y, CB/PB, CR/PR

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/DVI IN

1
HDMI OUTPUT

PR

DC-IN

/DVI IN

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

1. How to connect

(DVI)

PB

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

/DVI

DC-IN

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

PR

VIDEO

L
AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

HDMI Connection
1

DC-IN

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

No separate audio connection is necessary.


HDMI supports both audio and video.

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

2. How to use

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

Turn on the digital set-top box.


(Refer to the owners manual for the digital settop box.)
Select the HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3*, or HDMI4**
input source on the TV using the INPUT button
on the remote control.


HDMI OUTPUT

! NOTE

If an HDMI cable doesnt support High Speed HDMI,


it can cause flickers or no screen display. In this case
? use the latest cables that support High Speed HDMI.
HDMI Audio Supported Format: Dolby Digital (32 KHz, 44.1
KHz, 48 KHz), Linear PCM (32 KHz, 44.1 KHz, 48 KHz)

DC-IN

/DVI IN

* HDMI3: For 26LE5300, 26LE5500, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630


** HDMI4: For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 42/47/55LE7300
1

(DVI)

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

Connect the digital set-top box to HDMI/DVI IN


1, 2, 3*, or 4** jack on the TV.

/DVI IN

1. How to connect

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

HDMI-DTV
Resolution
720x480p
1280x720p
1920x1080i

1920x1080p

Horizontal
Frequency(KHz)

Vertical
Frequency(Hz)

31.47

59.94

31.50

60.00

44.96

59.94

45.00

60.00

33.72

59.94

33.75

60.00

26.97

23.976

27.00

24.00

33.71

29.97

33.75

30.00

67.432

59.94

67.50

60.00

AUDIO

DVI OUTPUT

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PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


HDMI OUTPUT

1. How to connect
DC-IN

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

/DVI IN

DVI to HDMI Connection


1

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

Connect the DVI output of the digital set-top


box to the HDMI/DVI IN 1 or 2* jack on the TV.

Connect the digital set-top box audio output to


the AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI) jack on the TV.

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO1 L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

2. How to use
Turn on the digital set-top box.
(Refer to the owners manual for the digital settop box.)

Select the HDMI1 or HDMI2* input source on the


TV using the INPUT button on the remote control.

* HDMI2: For 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630


L

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! NOTE

A DVI to HDMI cable or adapter is required for this connection. DVI doesn't support audio, so a separate audio
? connection is necessary.

AUDIO

DVI OUTPUT

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

DVD SETUP
Component Connection
1. How to connect

Connect the audio outputs of the DVD to the


COMPONENT IN AUDIO or 1/2* jacks on the
TV.

DC-IN

2. How to use

/DVI IN

Connect the video outputs (Y, PB, PR) of the


DVD to the COMPONENT IN VIDEO or 1/2*
jacks on the TV. Match the jack colors (Y =
green, PB = blue, and PR = red).

PB

(DVI)

PR

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.


Select the Component or Component1/2* input
source on the TV using the INPUT button on the
remote control.
Refer to the DVD players manual for operating
instructions.

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

PR

VIDEO

L
AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

Component Input ports


DC-IN

To get better picture quality, connect a DVD


player to the component input ports as shown
below.
USB IN

For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300,
AV IN
42/47/55LE7300
Y

PR

B-Y

R-Y

Cb

Cr

Pb

Pr

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

HDMI OUTPUT

DC-IN

/DVI IN

PB

PB

VIDEO

AV IN2
VIDEO / AUDIO

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)

(DVI)

PR

PB

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

B IN

PR

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

IN 4

PB

H/P

Video output ports


on DVD player

(DVI)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

COMPONENT IN2
Y PB PR / AUDIO

Component ports on
the TV

/DVI IN

* Component2: For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 42/47/55LE7300

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

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CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


HDMI OUTPUT

1. How to connect
1
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

Connect the AUDIO/VIDEO jacks between TV


and DVD. Match the jack colors (Video = yellow,
Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red)

DC-IN

2. How to use

/DVI IN

Composite (RCA) Connection


1

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)
Y

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

PB

PR

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)

Turn on the DVD player, insert a DVD.


Select the AV or AV1/2* input source on the TV
using the INPUT button on the remote control.
Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating
instructions.

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

DC-IN

/DVI IN

COMPONENT IN

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

* AV2: Except 19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
VIDEO

HDMI Connection

PB

PR

AUDIO
VIDEO

L
AUDIO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

Connect the HDMI output of the DVD to the


HDMI/DVI IN 1, 2, 3*, or 4** jack on the TV.
DC-IN

/DVI IN

1. How to connect
1

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

No separate audio connection is necessary.


HDMI supports both audio and video.

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)

2. How to use

PB

PR

VIDEO

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

Select the HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3*, or HDMI4** input


source on the TV using the INPUT button on the
remote control.
Refer to the DVD player's manual for operating
instructions.

* HDMI3: For 26LE5300, 26LE5500, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630


** HDMI4: For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 42/47/55LE7300

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! NOTE

If an HDMI cable doesnt support High Speed HDMI,


it can cause flickers or no screen display. In this case
? use the latest cables that support High Speed HDMI.
HDMI Audio Supported Format: Dolby Digital (32 KHz, 44.1
KHz, 48 KHz), Linear PCM (32 KHz, 44.1 KHz, 48 KHz)

DC-IN

/DVI IN

HDMI OUTPUT

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA
CABLE I

VCR SETUP

1. How to connect

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AV IN
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT1 VIDEO 2 L(MONO) AUDIO R
(DVI)

Connect the RF antenna outDC-INsocket


RGB IN (PC)
of the VCR to the ANTENNA/CABLE
Y
P
VIDEO
IN socket on the TV.

PR

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AV IN
AUDIO
IN RDIGITAL
L
ANTENNA/
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT
VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R
AUDIO

CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

RGB IN (PC)

Connect the antenna cable to the RF


antenna in socket of the VCR.

PB

PR

VIDEO

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANT OUT

S-VIDEO

ANT IN

OUTPUT
SWITCH

VIDEO

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

AUDIO

ANT OUT

Wall JackANT IN

2. How to use
Set VCR output switch to 3 or 4 and
then tune TV to the same channel number.
Insert a video tape into the VCR and
press PLAY on the VCR (Refer to the
VCR owners manual).

S-VIDEO

OUTPUT
SWITCH

Antenna

VIDEO

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

(DVI)

/DVI IN

DC-IN

/DVI IN

Antenna Connection

AUDIO

Composite (RCA) Connection


1

(DVI)

Connect the AUDIO/VIDEO jacksDC-INbetween TV


and VCR. Match the jack colors (Video = yellow,
Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AV IN
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT1 VIDEO 2 L(MONO) AUDIO R
(DVI)

DC-IN

2. How to use

/DVI IN

/DVI IN

1. How to connect

RGB IN (PC)
Y

Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY


on the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owners manual.)
Select the AV or AV1/2* input source on the TV
using the INPUT button on the remote control.


PB

VIDEO

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AV IN
AUDIO
IN RDIGITAL
L
ANTENNA/
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT
VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R
AUDIO

PR

CABLE IN

COMPONENT IN

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

* AV2: Except 19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500

! NOTE

ANT IN

S-VIDEO

ANT OUT

OUTPUT
SWITCH

If you have a mono VCR, connect the audio cable


from the VCR to the AUDIO L(MONO) jack of the TV.

VIDEO

AUDIO

ANT IN

S-VIDEO

ANT OUT

OUTPUT
SWITCH

VIDEO

AUDIO

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


OTHER A/V SOURCE SETUP

1
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

Connect the AUDIO/VIDEO jacks


between TV and external equipment.
Match the jack colors.
(Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and
Audio Right = red)

2. How to use
Select the AV or AV1/2* input source on
the TV using the INPUT button on the
remote control.
Operate
the corresponding external
equipment.

DC-IN

/DVI IN

1. How to connect
1

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

* AV2: Except 19/22/26LE5300, 22/26LE5500

VIDEO

Video Game Set

Camcorder

42

USB CONNECTION
1. How to connect

2. How to use

After connecting the USB IN jack, you

or
Memory Key

H/P

IN 3

use the USB function. (p.78)

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

Connect the USB device to the USB


IN jack on the side of TV.
USB IN

HEADPHONE SETUP (Except 37/42/47LD450C)


You can listen to the sound through the headphone.

Plug the headphone into the headphone socket.

To adjust the headphone volume,


press the VOL +/- button. If you
press the MUTE button, the sound
from the headphone is switched off.

H/P

1. How to connect

! NOTE
AUDIO menu options are disabled when connecting a
headphone.

? When changing AV MODE with a headphone connected, the change is applied to video but not to audio.
Optical Digital Audio Out is not available when connecting a headphone.

43

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


AUDIO OUT CONNECTION

1. How to connect
EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

DC-IN

(DVI)

Connect one end of the optical cable to the


TV port of OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT.

Connect the other end of the optical cable to


the digital audio input on the audio equipment.

Set the TV Speaker option - Off in the


AUDIO menu. (p.119). See the external audio
equipment instruction manual for operation.

!!

!! NOTE

??

When connecting with external audio equipment, such


as amplifiers or speakers, you can turn the TV speakers
?? off in the menu. (p.119)

CAUTION
Do not look into the optical output port. Looking at
the laser beam may damage your vision.
Audio with ACP (Audio Copy Protection) function may
block digital audio output.

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/DVI IN

Send the TVs audio to external audio equipment via the Audio Output port.
If you want to enjoy digital broadcasting through 5.1-channel speakers, connect the OPTICAL DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT terminal on the back of TV to a Home Theater (or amp).

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

PR

VIDEO

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

PC SETUP

VGA (D-Sub 15 Pin) Connection

DC-IN

/DVI IN

This TV provides Plug and Play capability, meaning that a PC adjusts automatically to the TVs settings.
1

(DVI)

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)

Connect the VGA output of the PC to the


RGB IN (PC) jack on the TV.

PB

PR

VIDEO

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

Connect PC audio output to the AUDIO IN


(RGB/DVI) jack on the TV.

2. How to use

RGB OUTPUT

AUDIO

Turn on the PC and the TV.


Select the RGB-PC input source on the TV using
the INPUT button on the remote control.

DC-IN

/DVI IN

(DVI)

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

1. How to connect
1

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

45
AUDIO

DVI OUTPUT

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


DVI to HDMI Connection

RGB OUTPUT

AUDIO

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

Connect the DVI output of the PC to the


HDMI/DVI IN 1 or 2* jack on the TV.

Connect the PC audio output to the AUDIO IN


(RGB/DVI) jack on the TV.

2. How to use
Turn on the PC and the TV.
Select the HDMI1 or HDMI2* input source on the
TV using the INPUT button on the remote control.

DC-IN

/DVI IN

1. How to connect

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

* HDMI2: For 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630

AUDIO

46

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

DVI OUTPUT

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

! NOTE
To get the the best picture quality, adjust the PC graphics card to 1360 x 768 (19/22/26LE5300,
22/26LE5500) or 1920 x 1080 (Other models).

In PCmode, there may be noise associated with the resolution, vertical pattern, contrast or brightness. If noise is present, change the PC output to another resolution, change the refresh rate to
another rate or adjust the brightness and contrast on the PICTURE menu until the picture is clear.
Avoid keeping a fixed image on the screen for a long period of time. The fixed image may become
permanently imprinted on the screen.
The synchronization input form for Horizontal and Vertical frequencies is separate.
Depending on the graphics card, some resolution settings may not allow the image to be positioned on the screen properly.
When selecting HDMI-PC, set the Input Label - PC in the OPTION menu.

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

?
Depending
on the graphics card, DOS mode may not work if a HDMI to DVI Cable is in use.

Supported Display Specifications (RGB-PC, HDMI-PC)


Resolution

Horizontal
Frequency(KHz)

Vertical
Frequency(Hz)

640x350

31.468

70.09

720x400

31.469

70.08

640x480

31.469

59.94

800x600

37.879

60.31

1024x768

48.363

60.00

1280x768

47.776

59.87

1360x768

47.712

60.015

1280x1024

63.981

60.02

1600x1200

75.00

60.00

1920x1080
RGB-PC

66.587

59.934

1920x1080
HDMI-PC

67.50

60.00

Except 19/22/26LE5300,
22/26LE5500
Except 32/37/42/47/55LE5300,
42/47/55LE7300

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


Screen Setup for PC mode
Selecting Resolution

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

You can choose the resolution in RGB-PC mode.


The Position, Phase, and Size can also be adjusted.
You can choose this option only when the PC resolution is set to 1024X768, 1280X768 or 1360X768.

PICTURE

Move

Enter

SCREEN
Resolution

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

Color

60

Tint

Color Temp.

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

Auto Config.

Screen (RGB-PC)

Position
Size

Phase
Reset

1
2
3
4
5

48

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Screen (RGB-PC).

ENTER

Select Resolution.

ENTER

Select the desired resolution.

ENTER

Move

1024 x 768
1280 x 768
1360 x 768

Prev.

Auto Configure
Automatically adjusts picture position and minimizes image instability. After adjustment, if the image
is still not correct, try using the manual settings or a different resolution or refresh rate on the PC.

Move

SCREEN

Enter

Move

Prev.

Resolution

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

Color

60

Tint

Color Temp.

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

Auto Config.

Screen (RGB-PC)

Position
Size

Auto Config.
Yes

No

Phase
Reset

1
2
3
4
5

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Screen (RGB-PC).

ENTER

Select Auto Config..

ENTER

Select Yes.

ENTER

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

PICTURE

If the position of the image is still not


correct, try Auto adjustment again.
If picture needs to be adjusted again
after Auto adjustment in RGB-PC,
you can adjust the Position, Size or
Phase.

Start Auto Configuration.

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP


Adjustment for screen Position, Size, and Phase
If the picture is not clear after auto adjustment or if text is shaking, adjust the picture phase manually.
This feature operates only in RGB-PC mode.

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

PICTURE

Move

Enter

SCREEN

Move

Prev.

Resolution

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

Color

60

Tint

Color Temp.

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

Auto Config.

Screen (RGB-PC)

Position

Size

Phase
Reset

1
2
3
4
5

50

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Screen (RGB-PC).

ENTER

Select Position, Size, or Phase.

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

ENTER

Position: This function is to adjust


picture to left/right and up/down as
you prefer.
Size: This function is to minimize any
vertical bars or stripes visible on the
screen background. And the horizontal screen size will also change.
Phase: This function allows you to
remove any horizontal noise and
clear or sharpen the image of characters.

Screen Reset (Reset to original initial values)


Returns Position, Size, and Phase to the default initial settings.
This feature operates only in RGB-PC mode.

Move

Enter

SCREEN

Move

Prev.

Resolution

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

Color

60

Tint

Color Temp.

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

Auto Config.

Screen (RGB-PC)

Position
Size

Phase

To Set
Yes

No

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SETUP

PICTURE

Reset

1
2
3
4
5

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Screen (RGB-PC).

ENTER

Select Reset.

ENTER

Select Yes.

ENTER

Start Reset.

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WATCHING
WATCHING TVTV
/ CHANNEL
/ CHANNEL
CONTROL
CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV.
The remote control may differ from the images below.
POWER
ENERGY SAVING
AV MODE

Turns the TV on from standby or off to standby.


Adjusts the Energy Saving setting.

p.104

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

TV

SAVING

Rotates through inputs.


Also switches the TV on from standby.

p.70

Returns to the last TV channel.

FLASHBK

NUMBER button
(DASH)
LIST
FLASHBK

Used to enter a program number for multiple


program channels such as 2-1, 2-2, etc.
Displays the channel table.

p.67

LIST

Tunes to the last channel viewed.

RATIO

CH

MUTE

Displays the main menu or clears all on-screen


displays and return to TV viewing.

INFO

Displays channel information at the bottom of the


screen.
Opens the list of Quick Menu options.

MARK

FAV

VOL

MENU

Q.MENU

52

TV

Toggles through preset Video and Audio modes.


p.75

INPUT

ENERGY AV MODE INPUT

MENU

INFO

Q.MENU

ENTER

p.59

THUMBSTICK
(Up/Down/Left
Right/ENTER)

Navigates the on-screen menus and adjusts the


system settings to your preference.

BACK

Allows the user to move return one step in an


interactive application or other user interaction
function.

SIMPLINK

See a list of AV devices connected to TV.


When you toggle this button, the SIMPLINK
menu appears at the screen. p.76

EXIT

Clears all on-screen displays and return to TV


viewing.

BACK

EXIT

P
A
G
E

VOLUME
UP/DOWN

Scroll through the programmed Favorite channels.

p.66

MARK

Select the input to apply the Picture Wizard settings. p.103


Use to mark or unmark a photo/music/movie. p.83, 88, 94

RATIO

Changes the aspect ratio.

MUTE

Switches the sound on or off.

p.100
p.54

CHANNEL
UP/DOWN

Changes the channel.

PAGE
UP/DOWN

Moves from one full set of screen information to the next one.

COLOR
BUTTON

USB,
SIMPLINK
Control
buttons

Access special functions in some menus.

Controls MY MEDIA menu (Movie List, PhotoList, Music List)


Controls the SIMPLINK compatible devices.

Installing Batteries

Open the battery compartment cover on the back


side and install the batteries matching correct polarity.

Install two 1.5V AAA batteries. Dont mix old or used


batteries with new ones.

Close cover.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

FAV

Adjusts the volume.

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WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL


TURNING ON THE TV
1

First, connect power cord correctly.


At this moment, the TV switches to standby mode.
In standby mode to turn TV on, press the / I, INPUT, CH ( or ) button on the TV or press
the , INPUT, CH ( or ), Number (0-9) button on the remote control.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Select the viewing source by using the INPUT button on the remote control.

When finished using the TV, press the POWER button on the remote control. The TV reverts
to standby mode.

! NOTE
If you intend to be away on vacation, disconnect the power plug from the wall power outlet.

If you do not complete the Initial setting, it will appear whenever the TV is switched on until the
? Initial setting procedure is completed.

CHANNEL SELECTION
1

Press the CH (or ) or NUMBER buttons to select a channel number.

VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the volume to suit your personal preference.

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Press the VOL (+ or -) button to adjust the volume.

If you want to switch the sound off, press the MUTE button.

You can cancel the Mute function by pressing the MUTE or VOL (+ or -) button.

INITIAL SETTING
This Function guides the user to easily set the essential items for viewing the TV for the first time
when purchasing the TV. It will be displayed on the screen when turning the TV on for the first time. It
can also be activated from the user menus.
Default selection is Home Use. We recommend setting the TV to Home Use mode for the best
picture in your home environment.
Store Demo Mode is only intended for use in retail environments. Customers can adjust the
Picture menu - Picture mode manually while inspecting the TV, but the TV will automatically
return to preset in-store mode after 5 minutes.
Store Demo Mode is an optimal setting for displaying at stores. Store Demo mode initializes
the TV to set the image quality.

WELCOME!

Select Menu Language.

Thank you for choosing LG

Step 1. Language

English

ENTER

Espaol
Franais

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Step 1. Selecting Language

Next

Step 2. Mode setting


Step 2. Mode Setting
i Selecting the environment.
Choose the setting mode you want.
Select [Home Use] when setting TV up
in-home. You can adjust picture quality
accordingly through Picture Mode menu
option.
Home Use
Demo Mode
Previous

1
2

Select Home Use.

ENTER

Store Demo
Off
Next

For 19/22/26/37/42/47/55LE5300,
22/26LE5500, 42/47/55LE7300,
37/42/47LD450C, 55LD520C

55

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Step 3. Power Indicator (For LED LCD TV)
1

Step 3. Power Indicator


Standby Light

Off

Previous

Next

Select On or Off.

ENTER

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This function is disable in Step2. Mode


Setting - Store Demo.

Step 4. Time Zone


1

Select Time Zone option.

Step 4. Time Zone


Time Zone

Daylight Saving

Eastern

Auto

Previous

Next

2
3

Select Daylight Saving


option.
ENTER

Step 5. Auto Tuning


Step 5. Auto Tuning

1
Before starting,
be sure that the
TV antenna is connected.

Previous

56

Next

ENTER

Check your antenna connection and


start Auto Tuning.

ON-SCREEN MENUS SELECTION


Your TV's OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from that shown in this manual.

1
2

MENU

Display each menu.

ENTER

Select a menu item.

CHANNEL

EXIT

Move

Return to TV viewing.

PICTURE

Enter

Auto Tuning

Aspect Ratio

Manual Tuning

Picture Wizard

Channel Edit

PICTURE

AUDIO

AUDIO

Accept the current selection.

Move

Auto Volume

: Off

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Enter

Move

Enter

: 16:9

Energy Saving : Off


Picture Mode

: Standard

Backlight

70

Contrast

100

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

TIME

Move

Enter

Move

Enter

Clock

Balance

TIME

Sound Mode

: Standard

Infinite Sound: Off

Treble

50

Bass

50

Reset

Off Time

: Off

On TIme

: Off

Sleep Timer

: Off

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

CHANNEL

ENTER

For USA
LOCK

Move

OPTION

Enter

Language

Set Password

LOCK

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Caption

: Off

Power Indicator
OPTION

Initial Setting
Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

For Canada
Set Password
Lock System

: On

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Key Lock

: Off

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i.e)
Input List

Move

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

TV

USB

HDMI2

HDMI3

AV

MY MEDIA

MY MEDIA

Movie List

Photo List

Music List

Except 32/42/47LD420,
32/37/42/47LD450,
37/42/47LD450C,
32/42/47/55LD520,
55LD520C

58

Component

RGB-PC

HDMI1

Input Label

Exit

INPUT

Enter

QUICK MENU
 our TV's OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from what is shown in this manual.
Y
Q.Menu (Quick Menu) is a menu of features which users might use frequently.

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Aspect Ratio: Selects your desired picture format.


Picture Mode: Selects the desired preset picture setting.
Sound Mode: Selects the desired preset sound setting.
Multi Audio: Changes the audio language (Digital signal).
SAP: Selects MTS sound (Analog signal).
Sleep Timer: Select the amount of time before your TV
turns off automatically.

Del/Add: Select channel you want to add or delete.


Caption: Select on or off.
USB Device: Select Eject in order to eject a USB device.
Exit

1
2

Q.MENU

Display each menu.

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

3
EXIT

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Return to TV viewing.

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CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Picture Test / Sound Test
This function is a customer support function that can execute picture and sound tests.

Picture Test
Sound Test

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Product/Service Info.

Yes

No

Close

Picture Test
Sound Test

? Do you have a sound problem in this


screen?

Product/Service Info.
Close

MENU

2
3
4
BACK

EXIT

60

? Do you have a problem in this test


screen?

RED

Select Customer Support.

ENTER

Select Picture Test or Sound Test.

ENTER

Select Yes.

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Yes

No

Product/Service Info.
This function shows support and product information.
Customer Service Center can differ by country.

Picture Test
Sound Test
Product/Service Info.

MENU

2
3
BACK

EXIT

RED

Select Customer Support.

ENTER

Select Product/Service Info..


You can check the various
product/Service infomation
based on your model.

Return to the previous menu.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Close

Return to TV viewing.

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SIMPLE MANUAL
You can easily and effectively access the TV information by viewing a simple manual on the TV.
During the Simple Manual operation, audio will be muted.

MENU

2
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62

GREEN

Select Simple Manual.

Select the part of the manual you would like to see.

RED

Go to the Index page.

BLUE

Play the Simple Manual automatically or manually.

EXIT

Return to TV viewing.

CHANNEL SETUP
Auto Scan (Auto Tuning)
Automatically finds all channels available through antenna or cable inputs, and stores them in memory
on the channel list.
Run this function if you change your residence or move the TV.
Auto Tuning memorizes only the channels available at the time.

Move

Enter

Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning

Channel Edit

CHANNEL

Move

Enter

Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Channel Edit

Antenna

Cable

Check your antenna connection.


The previous channel information
will be updated during Auto Tuning.

Start
Close

1
2
3
4

MENU

Select CHANNEL.

ENTER

Select Auto Tuning.

ENTER

Select Start.

ENTER

5
BACK

EXIT

Run Auto tuning.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

CHANNEL

The TV will ask for a password if


parental control has been activated
(LOCK Menu). Use the password you
set up in the LOCK Menu to allow a
channel search.
The maximum number of channels
the TV can store is 1000.
Found channels are grouped in the
order of DTV, TV, Cable DTV and
Cable TV.

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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Add/Delete Channel (Manual Tuning)
When selecting DTV or Cable DTV input signal in Manual Tuning, you can view the on-screen signal
strength monitor to see the quality of the signal being received.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

CHANNEL

Enter

Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Channel Edit

CHANNEL
Auto Tuning

Manual Tuning
Channel Edit

Move

Enter

DTV

Select channel type and RF-channel


number.
2

Channel
DTV 2-1
Signal Strength
Signal Quality

88%

88%

Delete
Close

1
2
3

MENU

Select CHANNEL.

ENTER

Select Manual Tuning.

ENTER

Select DTV, TV, Cable DTV,


or Cable TV.

Select channel you want to


add or delete.

ENTER

6
BACK

EXIT

64

Move

Select Add or Delete.

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

The TV will ask for a password if


parental control has been activated
(LOCK Menu). Use the password you
set up in the LOCK Menu to allow a
channel search.
The maximum number of channels
the TV can store is 1000.

Channel Editing
The channels in the Channel Edit List are displayed in black and the channels deleted from the Channel
Edit List are displayed in blue.
When a channel number is deleted, it means that you will be unable to select it using CHbutton
during TV viewing. If you wish to select the deleted channel, directly enter the channel number with the
NUMBER buttons or select it in the Channel Edit menu.

Move

Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Channel Edit

1
2
3

ENTER

Select Channel Edit.

ENTER

Select a channel.

YELLOW

ENTER

CH

P
A
G
E

5
BACK

EXIT

A
TV

Page 1/1

Cable DTV

Cable TV

5-1

7-1

Select CHANNEL.

BLUE

DTV
3-1

MENU

Favorite Group :

Enter

CH.Change

Favorite Ch.

Navigation

Page Change

Favorite Ch. Group

Previous

Block/Unblock

Add/Delete

Keep pressing the button and use


the < or > buttons to move between
DTV, TV, Cable DTV and Cable TV.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Channel Edit

CHANNEL

Add or delete a channel.


Block or unblock the channel.
You can block/unblock channels even if
you select Lock system-Off in the LOCK
menu.
Switch to the chosen channel number.
Move the pages when the channel list is
too long.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

65

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FAVORITE CHANNEL SETUP
Favorite Channels are a convenient feature that lets you quickly select channels of your choice without
waiting for the TV to select all the in-between channels.

Favorite List

Exit

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

3-1

DTV

4-1

P
A
G
E

CH

Favorite Ch. Group

Group A

DTV

1
2

MARK

FAV

Ch.Edit

Select your desired channel.

Ch.Reg.

or

Select your desired favorite


channel group from A to D.

YELLOW

Register or cancel the current channel


in favorite channel list.

BLUE

Go to the CHANNEL menu - Channel


Edit.

Return to TV viewing.

EXIT

You can also setup Favorite List in the


CHANNEL menu - Channel Edit.

FAVORITE CHANNEL LIST


Favorite List

Exit
Favorite Ch. Group

Group A

DTV

3-1

DTV

4-1

Displaying the favorite channel list


1

MARK

FAV

Selecting a channel in the favorite


channel list
1

2
Ch.Reg.

Display the Favorite channel list.

Ch.Edit

Select a channel.

ENTER

Switch to the chosen channel number.

Paging through a favorite channel


list
1

CH

2
EXIT

66

P
A
G
E

Turn the pages.


Return to TV viewing.

CHANNEL LIST
You can check which channels are stored in the memory by displaying the channel list.
Channel List

DTV

3-1

DTV

4-1

Exit

This padlock is displayed


when the channel is locked
with parental control.

Displaying Channel List


1

Display the Channel List.


LIST

BLUE

Tune to the CHANNEL menu - Channel


Edit.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Ch.Edit

Selecting a channel in the channel list


1
2

Select a channel.

ENTER

Switch to the chosen channel number.

Paging through a channel list


1

CH

2
EXIT

P
A
G
E

Turn the pages.


Return to TV viewing.

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CHANNEL INFORMATION
DTV 8-1 CNN

Brief Info Title Test...

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

68

Ch. Change

10:10 AM

Next

11:40 AM Multilingual Caption 1080i TV-PG D L S V

No information
Sarah Bradley, Steve Gray and Brendon Pongia present the latest in fashion, the arts, entertainment, lifestyle and cooking,
with regular and special guests.
Sarah Bradley, Steve Gray and Brendon Pongia present the latest in fashion, the arts, entertainment, lifestyle and cooking,

Displaying Channel Information


1

INFO

Show the current channel program Information


on the screen.
Show a previous or next channels program information

3
EXIT

Return to TV viewing.

Watch

Up
Down

CHANNEL BRIEF INFORMATION


Brief Info shows the present screen information.

1
2

ENTER

Shows the current channels brief info screen.

ENTER

Return to TV viewing.

8-1

DTV

Brief Info Title Test...


10:10 AM

CNN

Sun, Feb 21, 2010 10: 40 AM


11:40 AM Multilingual Caption 1080i TV-PG D L S V

Next - 11:40 AM

News

Multilingual : The program contains two or more audio services. Use the Q.MENU menu to select wanted Audio.

Caption : The program contains one or more caption services.


Use the Q.MENU menu to select wanted Closed caption.

Dolby Digital: The program contains a Dolby Digital audio


signal in TV and HDMI input source.

The original aspect ratio of the video is 4:3

The original aspect ratio of the video is 16:9 (wide)

480i
480p
720p
1080i
1080p

The
The
The
The
The

video
video
video
video
video

resolution
resolution
resolution
resolution
resolution

is
is
is
is
is

Program title

Day, Month, Year,


Present time

Program start time

Program progress

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

bar
5

Program finish
time

Banner information

720x480i
720x480p
1280x720p
1920x1080i
1920x1080p

V-Chip: The program contains V-Chip information. Refer to


the LOCK menu: A (Age), D (Dialogue), L (Language), S (Sex),
V (Violence), FV (Fantasy Violence)

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INPUT LIST
Only these input signals which are connected to a TV can be activated and selected.
ie)
Input List

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Move

TV

USB

HDMI2

HDMI3

INPUT
ENTER

AV

Component

RGB-PC

HDMI1

Input Label

Exit

Enter

Disconnected inputs are inactive


(grayed out)

Select the desired input source.

When new external device is connected, this popup


menu is displayed automatically.
If selecting Yes, you can select input source that you
want to appreciate.
But, when selecting SIMPLINK - On, popup menu for
HDMI input will not be displayed.

AV

TV: Select it to watch over-the-air, cable and digital cable broadcasts.


AV: Select them to watch a VCR or other external equipment.
Component: Select them to watch DVD or a Digital set-top box.
RGB-PC: Select it to view PC input.
HDMI: Select them to watch high definition devices.

70

New external input is connected.


Do you want to use this?

Yes

No

INPUT LABEL
This indicates which device is connected to which input port.

i.e)

ie) C
 hange the input label using Blue
button

i.e)
Input List

Input Label

Component

RGB-PC

HDMI2

HDMI1

VCR

TV

USB

HDMI2

HDMI3

AV

Component

RGB-PC

HDMI1

Input Label

Exit

Close

1
2

INPUT

Select the desired input


source.

BLUE

Select the label.

BACK

Return to the previous menu.

EXIT

Enter

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

AV

Move

Return to TV viewing.

71

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RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT (INITIAL SETTING)
This function resets the TV to factory default and erases all stored channels.

OPTION

Move

Enter

Language
Caption

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

3
4

72

Caption

Initial Setting

Set ID

:1

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Mode Setting

: Home Use

MENU

Select OPTION.

ENTER

Select Initial Setting.

ENTER

Select Yes.

ENTER

Enter

: Off

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Move

Language
: Off

Power Indicator

OPTION

TV turns off automatically and starts


factory reset.

All user settings


and channel settings will

be reset. Still continue?

Yes

No

When selecting Lock System - On


in the LOCK menu, the message to
enter the password appears.
If you forget your password, press
0-3-2-5 on the remote control.

MODE SETTING
Default selection is Home Use. We recommend setting the TV to Home Use mode for the best
picture in your home environment.

OPTION

Move

Enter

Language

OPTION

Move

Language

Caption

: Off

Caption

i Selecting the environment.


Choose the setting mode you want.

: Off

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Initial Setting

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Select [Home Use] when setting TV up


in-home. You can adjust picture quality
accordingly through Picture Mode menu
option.
Home Use

Store Demo

Demo Mode

Off
Close

For 19/22/26/37/42/47/55LE5300,
22/26LE5500, 42/47/55LE7300,
37/42/47LD450C, 55LD520C

1
2
3

MENU

Select OPTION.

ENTER

Select Mode Setting.

ENTER

Select Home Use.

4
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.

Store Demo Mode is only intended


for use in retail environments.
Customers can adjust the Picture
menu - Picture mode manually while
inspecting the TV, but the TV will
automatically return to preset instore mode after 5 minutes.
Store Demo Mode is an optimal
setting for displaying at stores. Store
Demo mode initializes the TV to set
the image quality.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Power Indicator

Enter

Return to TV viewing.

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DEMO MODE
Displays a slide show to explain the various feature of this TV.

OPTION

Move

Enter

OPTION

Language
Caption

Language
: Off

Caption

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Power Indicator

: Off

Enter

i Selecting the environment.


Choose the setting mode you want.

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Initial Setting

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Select [Store Demo] for in-store dsplay. For use


in-home, select [Home Use].

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Store Demo
Home Use

Store Demo

Demo Mode

Off
Close

1
2
3

MENU

Select OPTION.

ENTER

Select Mode Setting.

ENTER

Select Store Demo.

ENTER

5
EXIT

74

Move

Select On.

Return to TV viewing.
After a while, Demo Mode. starts.
If you want to stop the demo, press any
button (Except VOL +, - and MUTE button).

AV MODE
AV Mode toggles through preset Video and Audio settings.

AV MODE

ENTER

Cinema

Game

Sport

Press the AV MODE button repeatedly to


select the desired source.

If you select Cinema in AV mode,


Cinema will be selected both for
PICTURE menu - Picture Mode
and AUDIO menu - Sound Mode
respectively.
If you select Off in AV mode, the
Picture Mode and Sound Mode
return to previous selected value.
Off: Disables the AV MODE.
Cinema: Optimizes video and audio
for watching movies.
Sport: Optimizes video and audio for
watching sports events.
Game: Optimizes video and audio for
playing games.

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

Off

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SIMPLINK
SIMPLINK allows you to control and play other AV devices connected with HDMI cable without additional cables and settings. This TV may work with devices with HDMI-CEC support, but only devices
with the
logo are fully supported.
SIMPLINK can be turned on and off in the user menus.

Enter Exit

WATCHING TV / CHANNEL CONTROL

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On

Watch TV
DISC 1

VCR 1

HDD/DVD-R

HD HT

TV Speaker

Select On.

HDD Recorder
Speaker

Display SIMPLINK menu.

Select the desired device.

ENTER

Control connected AV devices.

ENTER

TV viewing: Switch to the previous TV


channel regardless of the current
mode.
2 DISC playback: Select and play discs.
When multiple discs are available, the
disc devices are conveniently displayed
at the bottom of the screen.
3 VCR playback: Control the connected
VCR.
4 HDD Recordings playback: Control
recordings stored in HDD.
5 Audio Out to Home Theater speaker/
Audio Out to TV: Select Home Theater
speaker or TV speaker for Audio Out.
1

Enter Exit

On

Watch TV

DISC 1

When no device is connected (displayed in gray)

VCR 1

Selected Device

HDD/DVD-R

HD HT

HDD Recorder

Speaker

TV Speaker

When a device is conected (displayed in bright


color)

SIMPLINK Functions
Direct Play: After connecting AV devices to the TV, you can directly control the devices and play media
without additional settings.
Select AV device: Enables you to select one of the AV devices connected to the TV.

Disc playback: Control connected AV devices by pressing the < >, ENTER, , , , and buttons.
Power off all devices: When you power off the TV, all connected devices are turned off.
Switch audio-out: Offers an easy way to switch audio-out.
Sync Power on: When the equipment with Simplink function connected HDMI terminal starts to play,
The TV will automatically turn on.
Note: To operate SIMPLINK, an HDMI cable over Version 1.3 with *CEC function should be used. (*CEC:
Consumer Electronics Control).
(A device, which is connected to the TV through a HDMI cable but does not support SIMPLINK, does
not provide this function)

! NOTE
Connect the HDMI/DVI IN or HDMI IN terminal of the TV to the rear terminal (HDMI terminal) of
the SIMPLINK device with the HDMI cable
?
When
you switch the Input source with the INPUT button on the remote control, the SIMPLINK
device will stop.
When you select a device with home theater functionality, the sound output automatically switches
to the home theater speakers and the TV speakers are turned off.
If a connected SIMPLINK home theater system doesnt play the audio from the TV, connect the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal on the back of the TV to the DIGITAL AUDIO IN terminal on the
back of the SIMPLINK device with an OPTICAL cable.

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77

MY
MY MEDIA
MEDIA
CONNECTION METHOD
USB Connection

USB IN

1 Connect the USB device to the USB IN jack on the side of TV.

H/P

MY MEDIA

IN 3

Memory Key

Precautions when using the USB device


Only a USB storage device is recognizable.
Connecting a USB storage device through a USB hub is not supported.
A USB storage device which uses its own driver may not be recognized.
The recognition speed of a USB storage device may depend on each device.
Please do not turn off the TV or unplug the USB device when the connected USB storage device
is working. When such device is suddenly separated or unplugged, the stored files or the USB
storage device may be damaged.
Only use a USB storage device which has normal music files, image files, or movie files.
Please use only a USB storage device which was formatted as a FAT 32 or NTFS file system provided with the Windows operating system. Others may not be recognized.
Some USB storage devices require a power adapter. The power adapter must be connected in
order to be seen by the TV.
If a device is not recognized by the TV, try a different cable. Excessively long cables are not supported.
Some USB storage devices may not be supported or operate properly.
Please backup important files because data on USB device could be damaged. Data management
is consumer's responsibility and as a result, the manufacturer does not cover data damage.
If your USB memory device has multiple partitions, or if you use a USB multi-card reader, you can
use up to 4 partitions or USB memory devices.
In case of USB storage devices formatted as NTFS, deletion is not supported.
File alignment method of USB storage device is similar to Window XP and file names can be up
to 100 English characters.
The recommended capacity is 1TB or less for a USB external hard disk and 32 GB or less for USB
memory.
If a USB external hard disk with a Energy Saving function doesnt work, turn the hard disk off and
on again to make it work properly. Refer to the user manual of the USB external hard disk.
USB storage devices below USB 2.0 are supported as well. But they may not work properly in the
movie list.

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ENTRY MODE
The My Media menu will open automatically when you insert a USB drive. My Media can also be
accessed by choosing My Media in the user menu.
On USB device, you can not add a new folder or delete the existing folder.
MY MEDIA

Movie List

Photo List

Music List

1
2
3

MENU

Select MY MEDIA.

ENTER

Select Movie List, Photo List


or Music List.

ENTER

MY MEDIA

Except 32/42/47LD420,
32/37/42/47LD450,
37/42/47LD450C,
32/42/47/55LD520,
55LD520C

This TV can view JPG image files, HD DivX


files or play MP3 audio files.

When removing the USB device


Select the USB Device menu before
removing the USB device.

1
2

Q.MENU

ENTER

Select USB Device.

Select Eject.

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MY MEDIA
MOVIE LIST
(Except 32/42/47LD420, 32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C)
The movie list is activated once a USB drive is detected. It is used when playing movie files on the TV.
It displays all of the video files it recognizes.
The On-Screen Display on your model may be slightly different.

MY MEDIA

Supported movie file


Resolution: under 1920 pixel (width) x 1080 pixel (height)
Frame Rate: under 30 frame/sec (1920x1080), under 60 frame/sec (1280x720)
Max bitrate of playable video file: 20 Mbps (Mega bit per second)
Bit rate : within 32 kbps to 320 kbps (MP3)
Supported external subtitle format: *.smi/*.srt/*.sub (MicroDVD,Subviewer1.0/2.0)/*.ass/*.ssa/*.txt
(TMPlayer)/*.psb (PowerDivX)
Supported Internal subtitle format: only, XSUB (It is the subtitle format used in DivX6 files)

Precautions when playing the video files


Some user-created subtitles may not work properly.
Some special characters are not supported in subtitles.
HTML tags are not supported in subtitles.
Time information in an external subtitle file should be arranged in ascending order to be played.
The screen may suffer temporary interruptions (image stoppage, faster playback, etc.) when the
audio language is changed.
A damaged video file may not be played correctly, or some functions may not be usable.
Video files produced with some encoders may not be played correctly.
If the video and audio structure of recorded file is not interleaved, the file not playback properly.
Video with resolution higher than maximum resolution supported for each frame, cannot be guaranteed for smooth playback.
Video files other than the specified types and formats may not work properly.
The movie file encoded by the GMC (Global Motion Compensation) is not supported.
Only 250 Korean characters, 500 letters and 500 numbers are supported for each line of the
subtitle.
Only 10000 sync blocks are supported within the subtitle file.
We do not guarantee smooth playback of profiles encoded level 4.1 or higher in H.264/AVC.
DTS Audio codec is not supported.
A video file more than 30GB in file size is not supported for playback.
Playing a video via a USB connection that doesnt support high speed may not work properly.
USB storage devices below USB 2.0 are supported as well. But they may not work properly in the
movie list.
The video file and its subtitle file must be located in the same folder.
At this time, a video file name and its subtitle file name must be identical for it to be displayed.
When you are watching a movie via the Movie List function, you can adjust the picture with the
ENERGY SAVING and AV MODE button on the remote control. User setup for each picture mode
is not supported.

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Supported Video Formats


File

Audio Codec

mpg, mpeg

MPEG1, MPEG2

MP2, MP3, Dolby Digital, LPCM

dat

MPEG1

MP2

ts, trp, tp

MPEG2, H.264, AVS, VC1

MP2, MP3, Dolby Digital, AAC,


HE-AAC

vob

MPEG1, 2

MP2, MP3, Dolby Digital, LPCM

mp4, mov

MPEG4,DivX 3.11, DivX 4.12, DivX 5.x,


DivX 6, Xvid 1.00, Xvid 1.01, Xvid 1.02,
Xvid 1.03, Xvid 1.10-beta1/2H.264

AAC, HE-AAC, MP3

mkv

H.264, MPEG-1,2,4

divx, avi

MPEG2, MPEG4, DivX 3.11, DivX 4,


DivX 5, DivX 6, Xvid 1.00, Xvid 1.01,
Xvid 1.02, Xvid 1.03, Xvid
1.10-beta1/2H.264

Motion JPEG

MP2, MP3, Dolby Digital, AAC


HE-AAC, LPCM
MP2, MP3, Dolby Digital,
LPCM,
ADPCM, AAC, HE-AAC

JPEG

LPCM, ADPCM

asf, wmv

VC1

WMA

flv

Sorenson H.263, H264

MP3, AAC

(avi, mp4, mkv)

Max Resolution

1920 x 1080 @ 30p

MY MEDIA

Video Decoder

Extension name

(Only Motion JPEG


640x480@30p)

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Screen Components
1

MENU

Select MY MEDIA.

ENTER

Select Movie List.

ENTER

Moves to upper level folder


2 Current page/Total pages
3 Corresponding buttons on the
remote control
4 Contents under the folder
focused on 1
5 Current page/total pages of
contents

Page 1/1

Movie List
Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

M1

Page 1/1

M2

M3

M4

MY MEDIA

Moon Child.DivX.A
01:34:33

Move
To Photo List

Change Numbers

Play

Mark Mode

Page Change Mark


Exit

82

GREEN

Move to Photo List or Music List.

YELLOW

Change Numbers: Changes the number or thumbnails displayed at a time.

BLUE

Allows you to mark certain files.

EXIT

Return to TV viewing.

Movie Selection
Page 1/1

Movie List

Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

M1

Select the target folder or drive.

Page 1/1

M2

M3

M4

ENTER

ENTER

Moon Child.DivX.A
01:34:33

Move
Change Numbers

Play the movie file.

Page Change Mark

Mark Mode

Exit

Use the CH () button to navigate


in the movie page.

Mark Mode
1

Page 1/1

Movie List

Mark Mode

Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

M1

M2

M4

Moon Child.DivX.A
01:34:33

Move
Play Marked

RED

Mark All

Unmark All

Mark

Page Change Mark

Exit Mark Mode

Exit

Play Marked: Play the first selected file. Once


a movie finishes playing, the next selected
one will be played automatically.

GREEN

Mark All: Mark all files in the folder.

YELLOW

Unmark All: Deselect all marked files.

BLUE

Select the target folder or


drive.

Page 1/1

M3

ENTER

MARK

MY MEDIA

To Photo List

Play

Select the desired


movie title.

FAV

RED

Select the desired


movie title.
Mark your desired movie file.
Play the marked movie file.
It displays the current movie
status progress bar on the bottom of the screen.

When one or more movie files are


marked, the marked movies will be
played in sequence.

Exit the Mark Mode.

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Using the Movie List Function
Choose options.
Set Video Play.
Set Video.
Set Audio.
Close

MY MEDIA

01:02:30 / 02:30:25

Option

Hide

Exit

Show the Option menu.

Q.MENU

ENTER

Select Set Video Play., Set Video., or


Set Audio.

Using the remote control


EXIT

! NOTE
Option values changed in the Movie List
does not affect Photo List and Music
List.
? Option values changed in Photo List and

Music List are changed likewise in Photo


List and Music List, but not in the Movie
List.
When replaying a video file after stopping, you can play from where it stopped
automatically.
If you select Yes when playing the
same file after the video file has been
stopped, it will restart where it stopped
previously.
If continuous series files exist within the
folder, the next file will automatically be
played. But, this excludes cases when
the Repeat function of Movie List Option
is turned On (Refer to page 85) or
when set as Marked Play.

Return to TV viewing.
Select the required speed: x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (backward/forward).
Pauses the media player.
If no buttons are pressed on the remote control for 10 minutes after pausing, the
TV returns to the playback state.
Displays a slow motion.
Move to a specific frame forward or backward while playing a video. A cursor indicating the position can be viewed on the screen. It may not work properly for
some movie files.
Return to normal playback.

BACK
ENERGY

SAVING

Hide the menu on screen. To see the menu again, press ENTER button to display.
Press the ENERGY SAVING button repeatedly to increase the brightness of your
screen (Refer to p. 104).

AV MODE

84

Press the AV MODE button repeatedly to select the desired source (Refer to p. 75).


Set Video Play Menu Options
Set Video Play.

Full

Audio Language

Subtitle

On

Language

Unknow

Code Page

Default

Sync

Position

Size

Normal

Repeat

Off

MY MEDIA

Picture Size

Previous

1
2

Select Picture Size, Audio Language,


Subtitle, or Repeat.
Make appropriate adjustments.

Code Page
Subtitle Language Group

Supported Language

Latin1

English, Spanish, French

Korean

English, Korean

Picture Size: Selects your desired


picture format for videos.
Audio
Language: Changes the
Language Group of the audio for
video files.
Subtitle Language: The subtitles can
be turned on or off. If there are two
or more subtitles, you can select one
of them.
Language: Activated for SMI subtitles
and can select the language within
the subtitle.
Code Page: Subtitle font selection.
When set to default, same font as
general menu will be used.
Sync: When the video is not synchronized with the captions, it can be
adjusted by 0.5 second.
Position: Move the location of the
subtitles.
Size: Changes the subtitle font size.
Repeat: Turn on/off repeat function
of movie playback. When turned on,
the file within the folder will be played
back repeatedly.

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* Image shown may differ from your TV.

Set Video Menu Options


Set Video.

Picture Mode

Backlight

70

Contrast

100

Brightness

50

Color

60

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Dynamic Contrast

Medium

Edge Enhancer

High

Noise Reduction

Medium

Low

TruMotion

Picture Reset

Standard

('TruMotion' dependent on model)

Previous

Select Picture Mode or TruMotion.

Make appropriate adjustments.

BLUE

Reset picture settings to default.

Set Audio Menu Options


Set Audio.
Sound Mode

Standard

Auto Volume

Off

Clear Voice II

Off

Balance

0 L

Previous

1
2

86

Select Sound Mode, Auto Volume, Clear


Voice II or Balance.
Make appropriate adjustments.


PHOTO LIST
The On-Screen Display on your model may be slightly different.
Supported photo file: *.JPG
Baseline: 64 pixel (width) x 64 pixel (height) to 15360 pixel (width) x 8640 pixel (height)
Progressive: 64 pixel (width) x 64 pixel (height) to 1920 pixel (width) x 1440 pixel (height)
You can play JPEG files only.
Non-supported files are displayed in the form of predefined icon.

Screen Components
MENU

Select MY MEDIA.

Moves to upper level folder


2 Current page/total pages
3 Corresponding buttons on the
remote control
4 Contents under the folder
focused on 1
5 Current page/total pages of
contents

ENTER

Select Photo List.

ENTER

2
Page 1/1

Photo List
USB 1 XTICK

Drive1

P1

P2

MY MEDIA

P3

P4

Page 1/1

P5

P6

P7

P8

P9

Move
To Music List

Change Numbers

View

Mark Mode

Page Change

Mark

Exit

3
GREEN

Move to Music List or Movie List.

YELLOW

Change Numbers: Changes the number or thumbnails displayed at a time.

BLUE

Allows you to mark certain files.

EXIT

Return to TV viewing.

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Photo Selection
1

Page 1/1

Photo List
USB 1 XTICK

Drive1

Page 1/1

Move

MY MEDIA

To Music List

Change Numbers

View

Page Change

Mark Mode

Mark

Select the target folder or drive.

ENTER

ENTER

Exit

Select the desired photos.


Photo file is displayed.

Use the CH () button to navigate


in the photo page.

Mark Mode
Mark Mode

Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

Move
View Marked

RED

Mark All

Unmark All

Page 1/1

Mark

Page Change

Exit Mark Mode

Mark

View Marked: Display the selected photo.


Mark All: Mark all photos on the screen.

YELLOW

Unmark All: Deselect all marked photos.


Exit the Mark Mode.

Select the target folder or drive.

ENTER

MARK

FAV

RED

Select the desired


photo files.
Mark your desired photo files.

View the marked photo files.

Exit

GREEN

BLUE

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Page 1/1

Photo List

When one or more photos are


marked, you can view individual photos or a slide show of the marked
photos. If no photos are marked, you
can view all photos individually or all
photos in the folder in a slide show.


Full Screen Menu
More operations are available in full screen mode.
Page 1/1

Photo List
USB 1 XTICK

Drive1

Page 1/1

Move
Change Numbers

View

Page Change Mark

Mark Mode

MY MEDIA

To Music List

Exit

01_a.jpg
2008/12/10
1920 x 1080
479 KB

Slideshow

BGM

2/13

The aspect ratio of a photo may change the size


of the photo displayed on the screen in full size.

Option

Hide

Select the target folder or drive.

ENTER

ENTER

Exit

Use the CH () button to navigate


in the photo page.

Select the desired photos.


The selected photo is displayed in full
size.

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01_a.jpg
2008/12/10
1920 x 1080
479 KB

ENTER

Select the Slideshow,

BGM, (Rotate),

(Zoom In), (Energy Saving),


Option, or Hide.

MY MEDIA

MY MEDIA

Slideshow

BGM

2/13

Option

Hide

Use < > button to select the previous or next photo.

Exit

Slideshow: Selected photos are displayed during the slide show. If no photo is selected, all photos
in the current folder are displayed during slide show.
Set the time interval of the slide show in Option-Set Photo View. menu (Refer to p. 91).
You can adjust Option by using the Q.MENU button on the remote control.
BGM (Background Music): Listen to music while viewing photos in full size.
Set

the BGM device and album in Option-Set Photo View. menu (Refer to p. 91).
You

can adjust Option by using the Q.MENU button on the remote control.
(Rotate): Rotate photos.
Rotates the photo 90 , 180 , 270 , 360 clockwise.
Photos cannot be rotated if its width is greater than the available supported resolution height.
(Zoom In): View the photo by zoom in 2, 4 times by using Blue button.
(Energy Saving): Increase the brightness of your screen by using ENERGY SAVING button.
Option: Set values for Slide Speed and Music Album (Refer to p. 91).
You cannot change Music Album while BGM is playing.
You can only select the MP3 folder saved on the device that currently displays the photo.
Hide: Hide the menu on the full-sized screen.
To

see the menu again on the full-sized screen, press ENTER button to display.
Exit: Move to the previous menu screen.

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Using the Photo List Function


01_a.jpg
2008/12/10
1920 x 1080
479 KB

Choose options.
Set Photo View.

Set Video.
Set Audio.
Close

Slideshow

1
2

Q.MENU

BGM

2/13

Option

Hide

Show the Option menu.

ENTER

MY MEDIA

Select Set Photo View., Set Video.,


or Set Audio.

Exit

! NOTE

Option values changed in Photo List do


not affect Movie List and Music List.

? Option values changed in Photo List or

Music List are changed likewise in Photo


List and Music List, but not Movie List.

Set Photo View Menu Options


Set Photo View.
Slide Speed

Music Album

Fast

Drive1

Repeat

On

Random

Off

Previous

1
2

Select Slide Speed or Music Album.

Make appropriate adjustments.

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* Image shown may differ from your TV.

Set Video Menu Options


Set Video.

Picture Mode

Standard

Backlight

70

Contrast

100

Brightness

50

Color

60

Dynamic Contrast

Medium

Edge Enhancer

High

Noise Reduction

Medium

Low

MY MEDIA

TruMotion

Picture Reset

(depending on models)

Previous

Select Picture Mode or TruMotion.

Make appropriate adjustments.

BLUE

Initialize the adjusted picture value.

Set Audio Menu Options


Set Audio.
Sound Mode

Standard

Auto Volume

Off

Clear Voice II

Off

Balance

0 L

Previous

1
2
92

Select Sound Mode, Auto Volume, Clear


Voice II or Balance.
Make appropriate adjustments.


MUSIC LIST
This TV cannot play back copy-protected files.
The On-Screen Display on your model may be slightly different.

MUSIC (*.MP3) supporting file


Bit rate 32 Kbps - 320 Kbps
Sampling rate MPEG1 Layer3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Sampling rate MPEG2 Layer3: 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz
Sampling rate MPEG2.5 Layer3: 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz

MENU

Select MY MEDIA.

ENTER

Select Music List.

ENTER

Preview: If any album jacket for


the file (Album Art Image)
exists, this picture is displayed.
2 Moves to upper level folder
3 Current page/Total pages
4 Corresponding buttons on the
remote control
5 Contents under the folder
focused on 1
6 Current page/total pages of
contents

Page 1/1

Music List
Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

001. - B01.mp3
00:00

MY MEDIA

Screen Components

Page 1/1

002. - B02.mp3
00:00

003. - B03.mp3
00:00

004. - B04.mp3
00:00

005. - B05.mp3
00:00

Move
To Movie List

Change Numbers

Play

Mark Mode

Page Change

Mark

Exit

3
GREEN

Move to Movie List or Photo List.

YELLOW

Change Numbers: Changes the number or thumbnails displayed at a time.

BLUE

Allows you to mark certain files.

EXIT

Return to TV viewing.

ENERGY

SAVING

Press the ENERGY SAVING button repeatedly to increase the brightness of your
screen (Refer to p. 104).
(It's available "ENERGY SAVING - Off, Screen Off" only.)

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Music Selection
Page 1/1

Music List
Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

001. - B01.mp3
00:00

Page 1/1

002. - B02.mp3
00:00

003. - B03.mp3
00:00

004. - B04.mp3
00:00

005. - B05.mp3
00:00

Move
To Movie List

Change Numbers

Play

Page Change

Mark Mode

Select the target folder or drive.

ENTER

ENTER

Select the desired


music file.
Music files are played.

Mark

Exit

MY MEDIA

Use the CH () button to navigate


in the music page.

Mark Mode
Mark Mode

Drive1

USB 1 XTICK

001. - B01.mp3
00:00

Page 1/1

Music List

002. - B02.mp3
00:00

Page 1/1

003. - B03.mp3
00:00

004. - B04.mp3
00:00

005. - B05.mp3
00:00

Move
Play Marked

RED

Unmark All

Mark

Page Change

Exit Mark Mode

Mark
Exit

Play Marked: Play the selected songs. Once a


song finishes playing, the next selected one
will be played automatically.

GREEN

Mark All: Mark all songs in the folder.

YELLOW

Unmark All: Deselect all marked song.

BLUE

94

Mark All

Exit the Mark Mode.

Select the target folder or


drive.

ENTER

MARK

FAV

RED

Select the desired


music file.
Mark your desired music file.

Play the marked music file.

When one or more music files are


marked, the marked music files will
be played in sequence.


Using the Music List Function
Page 1/1

Music List
3 file(s) Marked

Drive1

Choose options.

Page 1/1

Set Audio Play.

001. - B01.mp3
00:00

002. - B02.mp3
00:00

005. - Mad (Feat).mp3

Q.MENU

003. - B03.mp3
00:00

004. - B04 .mp3


00:00

Play with Photo

005. - B05 .mp3


00:00

02:30 / 03:25

Option

Hide

Show the Option menu.

ENTER

Close

Select Set Audio Play. or Set Audio..

Exit

! NOTE

MY MEDIA

Set Audio.

Option values changed in Movie List


does not affect Photo List and Music
? List.
Option value changed in Photo List and
Music List are changed likewise in Photo
List and Music List excluding Movie List.
You can listen to the music only within
the device currently played.

Using the remote control


Stop playback.
Return to normal playback.
Paused playback.
Select the previous or next song.
GREEN
ENERGY

SAVING

Play with Photo: Start playing the selected songs and then move to the Photo List.
Press the ENERGY SAVING button repeatedly to increase the brightness of your screen
(Refer to p. 104). (It's available "ENERGY SAVING - Off, Screen Off" only.)
A cursor indicating the position can be played on the screen.

EXIT

Move to the previous menu screen.

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Set Audio Play Menu Options


Set Audio Play.
Repeat

On

Random

Off

Previous

MY MEDIA

1
2

Select Repeat or Random.

Make appropriate adjustments.

Set Audio Menu Options


Set Audio.
Sound Mode

Standard

Auto Volume

Off

Clear Voice II

Off

Balance

0 L

Previous

1
2

96

Select Sound Mode, Auto Volume, Clear


Voice II or Balance.
Make appropriate adjustments.

If you don't press any buttons for a while, the play information box
will float across the screen. This prevents screen pixel damage due
to a fixed image remaining on the screen for a extended period of
time.
002. B02.mp3
00:31 / 04:04

! NOTE
Music files with copy-protection will not play.
Press ENTER or button to stop the screen saver.

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DIVX REGISTRATION CODE
(Except 32/42/47LD420, 32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C)
Using the registration number, movies can be rented or purchased at www.divx.com/vod.
Only DivX files matched with the registration code of the purchased TV are playable.

DivX Reg.Code

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Deactivation
Movie List

MY MEDIA

1
2
3
4

98

Music List

Previous

You must register your device to


play DivX protected videos.
Registration code : xxxxxxxxxx
Register at http://vod.divx.com

Close

Select MY MEDIA.

MENU

ENTER

Photo List

BLUE

Select DivX Option.

Select DivX Reg. Code.

ENTER

Display Divx Reg. Code.

! NOTE

When loading, some buttons may not work.


If you use the DivX registration code of another device, the rented or purchased DivX file cannot
? be played. Therefore always use the DivX registration code assigned to this product.
The video or audio of a file converted based on a standard other than the DivX codec standard
may be corrupted or unable to be played.


DEACTIVATION
(Except 32/42/47LD420, 32/37/42/47LD450, 37/42/47LD450C, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C)
The purpose of deactivation is to allow deactivation of devices for users who have activated all the
available devices through the web server and are blocked from activating more devices. DivX VOD
allows the consumer to activate up to 6 devices under one account.
Delete the existing authentication information to receive a new DivX user authentication for TV. Once
this function is executed, a DivX user authentication is required again to see DivX DRM files.

DivX Reg.Code

MY MEDIA

Deactivation

1
2
3
4
5

Music List

Previous

Yes

No

Select MY MEDIA.

MENU

ENTER

Photo List

Deregistration code:
********
Deregister at http://vod.divx.com
Continue with registration?

MY MEDIA

Movie List

BLUE

Select DivX Option.

Select Deactivation.

ENTER

ENTER

Select Yes.
Display Deactivation.

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PICTURE
PICTURE CONTROL
CONTROL
PICTURE SIZE (ASPECT RATIO) CONTROL
This feature lets you choose the way an analog picture with a 4:3 aspect ratio is displayed on your TV.
You can select a different aspect ratio depending on input source (analog broadcasting, digital broadcasting, aux).

PICTURE
Aspect Ratio

Move

Enter

: 16:9

Picture Wizard
Energy Saving : Off

PICTURE

Move

Aspect Ratio

Enter

: 16:9

Picture Wizard
Energy Saving : Off
16:9

Picture Mode

: Standard

Picture Mode

: Standard

Backlight

70

Backlight

Contrast

100

Contrast

Brightness

50

Brightness

50 4:3

Sharpness

70

Sharpness

70 Zoom

70 Just Scan

100 Set By Program

Cinema Zoom 1

PICTURE CONTROL

1
2
3

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Aspect Ratio.

ENTER

Select the desired picture format.

4
BACK

EXIT

You can also adjust Aspect Ratio in


the Q.MENU.
Press the RATIO button repeatedly to
select the desired picture format.

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

When adjusting Zoom or Cinema Zoom in Q.MENU


1
2
3
4

100

Q.MENU

Select Aspect Ratio.

ENTER

Select Zoom or Cinema


Zoom.

ENTER

Adjust proportion of Zoom or


Cinema Zoom. The Cinema
Zoom adjustment range is
1-16.

ENTER

Move the image on the screen.

Zoom

Move Zoom

Cinema Zoom

Enter

Move Zoom

Enter

16:9

4:3

Adjust the picture horizontally, in a linear


proportion to fill the entire screen.

Choose 4:3 when you want to view a picture


with an original 4:3 aspect ratio.

Just Scan

Zoom

Cinema Zoom

Normally the edges of video signals are


cropped 1-2%. Just Scan turns off this
cropping and shows the complete video.
Notes: If there is noise on the edges of the
original signal, it will be visible when Just Scan
is activated.
Just Scan operates only in DTV/Cable DTV/
C o m p o n e n t / H D M I - DT V/ D V I - DT V
(720p/1080i/1080p) input source.

Just Scan

Set By Program
Selects the proper picture proportion to
match the sources image.
(4:3

Choose Zoom when you want to view the


picture without any alteration. However, the
top and bottom portions of the picture will
be cropped.

PICTURE CONTROL

Choose Cinema Zoom when you want to


enlarge the picture in correct proportion.
This enlarges an image with cinemascope
aspect ratio (2.35:1) without distortion.
Note: When enlarging or reducing the picture, the image may become distorted.

4:3)

Set By Program
(16:9

16:9)

Set By Program
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PICTURE CONTROL
PICTURE WIZARD
This feature lets you adjust the picture quality of the original image. Use this to calibrate the screen
quality by adjusting the Black and White Level etc. You can calibrate the screen quality by easily following each step. When you adjust the image to Low, Recommended or High, you can see the example of
the changes you made.
PICTURE

Move

Aspect Ratio

Enter

: 16:9

Picture Wizard

Black Level
Set the screen above identical to the Recommended sample
below.

Energy Saving : Off

1
PICTURE CONTROL

Picture Mode

: Standard

Backlight

70

Contrast

100

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

Low

Recommended

Brightness

High

50

Previous

Select PICTURE.

MENU

ENTER

ENTER

Next

ENTER

Select Picture
Wizard.
White Level

Picture Wizard
With Picture Wizard, you can adjust the picture quality of the
original image.

Set the screen above identical to the Recommended sample


below.

Low

Recommended

Contrast
Previous

ENTER

Adjust Black Level.

Next

Adjust Picture Wizard.

High

90

Previous

Next

ENTER

Adjust White Level.

Picture Wizard
Tint
Set the screen above identical to the Recommended sample
below.

Standard
Standard/Preferred

Preferred
Low

Standard

Recommended

Tint
Previous

102

High
R

Next
Previous
ENTER

Adjust Standard/
Preferred.

If you select Preferred, OSD (On Screen


Display) differ from that shown in this manual.

Next

ENTER

Adjust Tint.


Backlight

Color
Set the screen above identical to the Recommended sample
below.

Low

Recommended

Color

50

Previous

Dark

High

Recommended

Backlight

Next

ENTER

Set the Backlight to your Brightness preference.

30

Previous

Next

11

Adjust Color.

Bright

ENTER

Adjust Backlight.

i.e)
Complete

Horizontal Sharpness
Set the screen above identical to the Recommended sample
below.

Move

Mark

Select (an) input(s) to apply the settings.


DTV

PICTURE CONTROL

TV
AV1
AV2
Low

Recommended

H Sharpness

50

Previous

High

Component1
Component2

RGB-PC
HDMI1

Next

HDMI2
HDMI3

ENTER

Adjust Horizontal
Sharpness.

HDMI4
Warning: The picture quality may vary according to the different types of
signal and inputs.

Previous

Vertical Sharpness
Set the screen above identical to the Recommended sample
below.

Low

Recommended

V Sharpness

50

High

12

Confirm

MARK

FAV

13

Select input source to


apply the settings.

i
ENTER

Save.

The current adjustment value is


saved to Expert1.

Close

Previous

Next

10
ENTER

Adjust Vertical
Sharpness.

14

ENTER

Finish the Picture Wizard.

If you stop the Picture Wizard before the


final step, the changes will not be saved to
the TV.
Once the Picture Wizard sets the picture
quality, Energy Saving is changed to Off
automatically.
To reset changes made by Picture Wizard,
operate Picture Reset when Picture Mode
is on Expert1.

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PICTURE CONTROL
ENERGY SAVING
It reduces the TVs power consumption by lowering the backlight level.
You can increase the brightness of your screen by adjusting the Energy Saving level or by adjusting the
Picture Mode.

PICTURE
Aspect Ratio

Move

Enter

: 16:9

PICTURE CONTROL

: Standard

Backlight

Contrast

Brightness

Sharpness

Off

Picture Mode

: Standard

Minimum

70

Backlight

70 Medium

100

Contrast

90 Maximum

50

Brightness

50 Screen Off

70

Sharpness

70

ENTER

Select Energy Saving.

ENTER

Select Off, Minimum, Medium,


Maximum, or Screen Off.

EXIT

: 16:9

Energy Saving : Off

Select PICTURE.

BACK

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Picture Mode

MENU

Enter

Picture Wizard

Energy Saving : Off

Move

Aspect Ratio

Picture Wizard

PICTURE

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

When selecting Screen off, the


screen will turn off after 3 seconds.
If
you adjust Energy SavingMaximum, Backlight feature will not
work.
Press the ENERGY SAVING button
repeatedly to select the appropriate
Energy Saving setup.


PRESET PICTURE SETTINGS (PICTURE MODE)
There are factory presets for picture settings available in the user menus. You can use a preset, change
each setting manually.
PICTURE

Move

Aspect Ratio

Enter

: 16:9

PICTURE
Aspect Ratio

Picture Wizard

Move

Enter

: 16:9

Picture Wizard

Energy Saving : Off

Energy Saving : Off

Picture Mode

: Standard

Backlight

70

Intelligent Sensor
: Standard
Backlight
70 Vivid

Contrast

100

Contrast

Brightness

50

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

Sharpness

70

Picture Mode

100

Standard
Cinema

Depending on
models

Sport
Game
Expert1
Expert2

2
3

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Picture Mode.

ENTER

Select Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Sport,


or Game.

4
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Sport, and


Game Settings are preset for the optimum picture quality at the factory.
Vivid: This is the mode to maximize
the effect of the video in the retail
store. Strengthen the contrast, brightness, color and sharpness for vivid
picture.
Standard: This is the mode to realize
optimum viewing condition for the
general user.
Cinema: This mode optimizes video
for watching movies.
Sport: This is the video mode to
emphasize dynamic video and primary color (e.g, white, uniform, grass,
sky blue etc.) by realizing the optimal
screen for sports.
Game: This is the mode to realize fast
response speed in a fast gaming
screen.
Expert: This is the mode to adjust
the video in detail for video quality
expert and general user.
You can also adjust Picture Mode in
the Q.MENU.
When
selecting Intelligent Sensor,
Energy Saving is changed to Auto automatically.
When selecting Intelligent Sensor, it
changes Backlight, contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint automatically.
Intelligent Sensor: The most suitable
picture is automatically adjusted
according to the surrounding conditions.

PICTURE CONTROL

105

PICTURE CONTROL
MANUAL PICTURE ADJUSTMENT - USER MODE
Adjust the picture appearance to suit your preference and viewing situations.

PICTURE
Aspect Ratio

Move

Enter

: 16:9

Picture Wizard

Energy Saving : Off

PICTURE CONTROL

1
2
3
4
5

: Standard

Backlight

70

Contrast

100

Brightness

50

Sharpness

70

ENTER

Select Picture Mode.

ENTER

Select Vivid, Standard, Cinema,


Sport, or Game.

ENTER

Select Backlight, Contrast, Brightness,


Sharpness, Color, Tint, Color Temp., or
Advanced Control.

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Select PICTURE.

BACK

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Picture Mode

MENU

70

Backlight

Enter

Backlight: This function adjusts the


brightness of the backlight behind
the LCD screen. Adjusting the backlight is recommended when setting
the brightness of the TV. When
decreasing the backlight, the brightness of the black becomes darker
without any loss in video signal and
the power consumption is reduced.
Contrast: Increase or decrease the
gradient of the video signal. You may
use Contrast when the bright part of
the picture is saturated.
Brightness: Adjusts the base level of
the signal in the picture. You may use
Brightness when the dark part of the
picture is saturated.
Sharpness: Adjusts the level of crispness in the edges between the light
and dark areas of the picture. The
lower the level, the softer the image.
Color: Adjusts intensity of all colors.
Tint: Adjusts the balance between
red and green levels.
Color Temp.: Set to warm to enhance
hotter colors such as red, or set to
cool to enhance cooler colors such
as blue.


PICTURE IMPROVEMENT TECHNOLOGY
(ADVANCED CONTROL)
Advanced Control allows you to adjust some of the advanced features of your LG display.
To reset to the factory default after making adjustments to each input source, execute the Picture
Reset function for each Picture Mode.

PICTURE

Move

Enter

PICTURE

Move

Enter

Sharpness

70

Sharpness

Color

60

Color

Tint

Color Temp.

70
Dynamic Contrast
60
Dynamic Color
G
Tint
0 R
Color Temp. Clear
0 W White C

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

Advanced Control
Skin Color

TruMotion

: Low

TruMotion

Screen (RGB-PC)

Screen (RGB-PC)

Picture Reset
: Low

Off
0

Noise Reduction

Off

Digital Noise Reduction

Low

Close

2
3

ENTER

Select Advanced Control.

ENTER

Select your desired menu option.

PICTURE CONTROL

Low

Eye Care

Select PICTURE.

Off
Medium

Black Level

MENU

Off

Gamma

Low

Make appropriate adjustments.

5
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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PICTURE CONTROL
EXPERT PICTURE CONTROL
Expert1 and Expert2 provide even more advanced picture settings for users. Typical used by
professionals for calibrating the TV.

PICTURE
Aspect Ratio

Move

PICTURE

Enter

: 16:9

Enter

H Sharpness 50

Picture Wizard

Energy Saving : Off

V Sharpness 50
Dynamic Contrast
Color
50
Noise Reduction
Tint
0 R

Digital Noise Reduction


Expert Control

Off

Picture Reset
Black Level

Low

Real Cinema

On

Color Gamut

Wide

Vivid
: Expert1
Backlight
70 Standard

Contrast

Brightness

H Sharpness 70 Game
Expert1

Picture Mode

90 Cinema
50 Sport

TruMotion

Expert2

Screen (RGB-PC)

: Low

PICTURE CONTROL

High
Auto
Off

Close

3
4
5

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Picture Mode.

ENTER

Select Expert1 or Expert2.

ENTER

Select Expert Control.

ENTER

Select your desired menu option.

Make appropriate adjustments.

7
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Off

xvYcc

Off

Edge Enhancer

Expert Pattern

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Move


*This feature is not available for all models.

Adjusts the contrast to keep it at the best level according to the brightness
of the screen. The picture is improved by making bright parts brighter and
dark parts darker.

Adjusts screen colors so that they look livelier, richer and clearer. This feature enhances hue, saturation and luminance so that red, blue and green
white look more vivid.

Skin Color

It detects the skin area of video and adjusts it to express a natural skin color.

Noise Reduction

Reduces screen noise without compromising video quality.

Digital Noise
Reduction

Removes noise caused by compressing video.

Dynamic Contrast

Dynamic Color

Gamma

You can adjust brightness of dark areas and middle gray level areas of the
picture.
Low : Make brighter and middle gray level areas of the picture brighter.
Medium : Express original picture levels.
High: Make dark and middle gray level areas of the picture darker.

Black Level

Low: The reflection of the screen gets darker.


High: The reflection of the screen gets brighter.
Set black level of the screen to proper level.
This function is available in the following modes: AV (NTSC-M), HDMI or
Component.

Clear White

Adjust the brightness of the screen to prevent the screen from being too
bright. Dims extremely bright pictures.
This feature is enabled in Picture Mode-Standard, Sports, Game.

Eye Care

PICTURE CONTROL

Make the white area of screen brighter and more white.

Makes video clips recorded in film look more natural by eliminating judder
effect.
DVD and Blu-ray movies are filmed at 24 frames per second (fps). With
LG Real Cinema, every frame is consistently processed 5 times in 1/24 of
a second producing 120 fps with TruMotion or 2 times in 1/24 of a second
producing 48 fps without TruMotion, thus totally eliminating the judder
effect.
This function can also work when TruMotion is off.

Real Cinema

Advanced Control
Maximize the utilization of colors to increase color quality.
Standard: Displays standard set of colors.
Wide: Increase number of colors used.
Color Gamut

LED LCD TV/LCD TV: Expert Control


Displays color domain of the signal.
Standard: Displays standard set of colors.
Wide: Increase number of colors used.
EBU: Mode to display EBU standard color area.
SMPTE: Mode to display SMPTE standard color area.
BT709: Mode to display BT709 standard color area.

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PICTURE CONTROL
Edge Enhancer

Show clearer and distinctive yet natural edges in of the video.


This function is enabled in "Picture Mode - Expert".

This is produces richer colors.


This feature represents rich color as much as conventional video signal.
This function is enabled in "Picture Mode - Cinema, Expert" when a xvYCC
signal is inputted through HDMI.

xvYCC

Color Filter
Expert Pattern

This function filters specific colors in the video.


You can use the RGB filter to set color saturation and hue accurately.

This is a pattern used for expert adjustment.


This function is enabled in "Picture Mode - Expert" when you watch DTV.

Adjusts the overall color of the screen by changing the white baseline.
a. Gamma :Select 1.9, 2.2, 2.4
b. Method :2 Points
- Pattern: Inner, Outer
- Red/Green/Blue Contrast, Red/Green/Blue Brightness:
The adjustment range is -50 - +50.
c. Method :10 Point IRE
- Pattern: Inner, Outer
- IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) is the unit to display the size of the video
signal and can be set among 10, 20, 30 - 100. You can adjust Red, Green
or Blue according to each setting.
- Luminance: This function displays calculated luminance value for 2.2
gamma. You can input luminance value you want at 100 IRE, then the
target luminance value for 2.2 gamma is displayed at every 10 steps from
10 IRE to 90 IRE.
- Red/Green/Blue: The adjustment range is -50 - +50.
d. Apply to all inputs

PICTURE CONTROL

Color Temperature

A tool used by the experts to make adjustments by using the test patterns,
this does not affect other colors but can be used to selectively adjust the
6 color areas (Red/Green/Blue/Cyan/Mgt/Yellow).
Color difference may not be distinctive even when you make the adjustments for the general video.
Adjusts Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta.
- Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta Color: The adjustment range is
-30 - +30.
- Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta Tint: The adjustment range is -30
- +30.
- This feature is disabled in RGB-PC and HDMI-PC mode.

Color Management
System

110


PICTURE RESET
Settings of the selected picture modes return
to the default factory settings.
PICTURE

Move

Sharpness

PICTURE

Enter

70

Color
60
? All picture settings will be reset.
G
Tint
0 R
Continue?

Color Temp.

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

TruMotion

: Low

Yes

No

Screen (RGB-PC)

Sharpness

70

Color

60

Tint

Color Temp.

Advanced
Resetting
videoControl
configuration...

Picture Reset

TruMotion

: Low

Screen (RGB-PC)

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select Picture Reset.

ENTER

Select Yes.

ENTER

EXIT

Initialize the adjusted value.

PICTURE CONTROL

Enter

Move

Return to TV viewing.

POWER INDICATOR
Adjust the power/standby indicator light on the front of the TV.
OPTION

Move

OPTION

Enter

Language
Caption

Caption

3
4

: Off

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Enter

Language
: Off

Power Indicator

Move

Standby Light

Initial Setting

Set ID

:1

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Mode Setting

: Home Use

MENU

Select OPTION.

ENTER

Select Power Indicator.

ENTER

Select Standby Light or Power


Light.
Select your desired options.

5
BACK

EXIT

Power Light

On

On
Close

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Standby Light: Determines whether to set


the indicator light on the front of the TV to
On or Off in standby mode.
Power Light: Determines whether to set the
indicator light on the front of the TV to On
or Off when the power turns on.

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PICTURE CONTROL
TRUMOTION
- For 32/37/42/47/55LE5300, 42/47/55LE7300, 32/42/47/55LD520, 55LD520C, 42/47/55LD630
Advance video technology that provides clearer, smoother images, even during fast action scenes creating a more stable structure for a crisper picture.

PICTURE

Move

Enter

Sharpness

70

Color

60

Tint

Color Temp.

Advanced Control

Picture Reset

TruMotion

: Low

TruMotion

Judder

Blur

Low

Enter

Screen (RGB-PC)

PICTURE CONTROL

1
2
3

MENU

Select PICTURE.

ENTER

Select TruMotion.

ENTER

Select Low, High, User, or Off.

Adjustment for TruMotion (Judder


and Blur) with selecting User
4

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

6
BACK

EXIT

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Select Judder or Blur.

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Off: Turn off TruMotion operation.


Low: Provides smooth picture movement. Use this setting for standard
use.
High:
Provides smoother picture
movement.
Judder: Adjusts noise of the screen.
Blur: Adjusts after-image of the screen.
TruMotion works with all inputs except
PC mode.
If you enable "TruMotion", noise may
appear on the screen. If this occurs,
set "TruMotion" to "Off".
If you select "Picture Mode-Game"
set "TruMotion" to "Off".


SOUND
& LANGUAGE CONTROL
AUTO VOLUME
Auto Volume makes sure that the volume level remains consistent whether you are watching a commercial or a regular TV program.
Because each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, volume adjustment may be needed
every time the channel is changed. This feature allows users to enjoy stable volume levels by making
automatic adjustments for each program.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume

: Off

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Balance

2
3

: On

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Balance

On

Sound Mode

: Standard

Infinite Sound :Off

Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Treble

50

Bass

50

Bass

50

Reset

Reset

Select Auto Volume.

ENTER

Select On or Off.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

Enter

Off

: Standard

ENTER

EXIT

Auto Volume

Select AUDIO.

BACK

Move

Sound Mode

MENU

AUDIO

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

Enter

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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


CLEAR VOICE II
By differentiating the human sound range from others, it improves the sound quality of voices.

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume

: Off

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Balance

1
SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

2
3

: Standard

: Off 3

Balance

Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Bass

50

Bass

50

Reset

Reset

Select On or Off.

Adjustment for Clear Voice Level


with selecting On
Select Level.
Make appropriate adjustments.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

Enter

Clear Voice II
L
0 Level

50

ENTER

EXIT

: Off

Clear Voice II

Treble

Select Clear Voice II.

BACK

Auto Volume

Infinite Sound :Off

ENTER

Move

: Standard

Select AUDIO.

AUDIO

Sound Mode

MENU

114

Sound Mode

Enter

3
Close

Off


BALANCE
Adjust the left/right sound of speaker to suit your taste and room situations.

AUDIO

Move

: Off

Auto Volume

: Off

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

: Standard

Sound Mode

: Standard

Infinite Sound :Off

Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Treble

50

Bass

50

Bass

50

Reset

Reset

ENTER

Select Balance.

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Enter

Balance
0
L
R
0

Select AUDIO.

BACK

Balance

Sound Mode

MENU

Move

Close

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

AUDIO

Auto Volume

Balance

Enter

115

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


PRESET SOUND SETTINGS (SOUND MODE)
Sound Mode lets you enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment using factory presets.

AUDIO

Move

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

116

2
3

: Off

Auto Volume

: Off

: Off 3

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

: Standard

Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Bass

50

Bass

Reset

Reset

ENTER

Select Sound Mode.

ENTER

Select Standard, Music, Cinema,


Sport, or Game.

EXIT

Balance

Sound Mode

Select AUDIO.

BACK

Move

Clear Voice II

MENU

AUDIO

Auto Volume

Balance

Enter

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Sound Mode

: Standard

Enter

Standard
L
0 Music

Cinema
Infinite Sound
:OffSport
Treble

50 Game

50

Standard, Music, Cinema, Sport, and


Game are preset for optimum sound
quality at the factory.
You can also adjust Sound Mode in
the Q.MENU.
Standard:
Offers standard-quality
sound.
Music: Optimizes sound for listening
to music.
Cinema: Optimizes sound for watching movies.
Sport: Optimizes sound for watching
sports events.
Game: Optimizes sound for playing
games.



SOUND SETTING ADJUSTMENT - USER MODE
Adjust the sound to suit your taste and room situations.

AUDIO

Move

Enter

AUDIO

Move

Auto Volume

: Off

Auto Volume

: Off

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Clear Voice II

: Off 3

Balance

Balance

Enter

Sound Mode

: Standard

Sound Mode

Infinite Sound :Off

Infinite Sound
Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Treble

Bass

50

Bass

Reset

Reset

: Standard

50 Treble
50 Bass

Off
50

50
Close

3
4
5

Select AUDIO.
If sound quality or volume is not at
the level you want, it is recommended
to use a separate home theater system or amp to cope with different
user environments.
If you select Clear Voice II-On, the
Infinite Sound feature will not operate.
Infinite Sound: Infinite Sound is a
patented LG proprietary sound processing technology that strives
immersive 5.1 surround sound with
just two front speakers.

ENTER

Select Sound Mode.

ENTER

Select Standard, Music, Cinema,


Sport, or Game.

ENTER

Select Infinite Sound, Treble, or Bass.

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

6
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


AUDIO RESET
Settings of the selected Sound Mode return to the default factory settings.

AUDIO

Move

Clear Voice II

TV Speaker

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

1
2
3
4

Reset
: On

Select AUDIO.

ENTER

Select Reset.

ENTER

Select Yes.

EXIT

118

Bass

Yes

MENU

ENTER

: Standard

Enter

: Off 3

Balance

50
No

Initialize the adjusted value.


Return to TV viewing.

Move

Sound Mode

Infinite Sound :Off


? All audio settings will be resetted.
50
Continue? Treble

AUDIO
Clear Voice II

Balance
Sound Mode

Enter

: Off 3

: Standard

Infinite Sound :Off


Resetting audio configuration...
Treble
50

Bass

Reset

TV Speaker

: On

50


TV SPEAKERS ON/OFF SETUP

If you wish to use an external Hi-Fi system, turn off the TVs internal speakers.
AUDIO
Clear Voice II

Move

: Off 3

2
3

Sound Mode

: Standard

Balance

Infinite Sound :Off

Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Treble

50

Bass

50

Bass

50

Reset

Reset

TV Speaker

: On

TV Speaker

: On

ENTER

Select TV Speaker.

ENTER

Select On or Off.

Enter

Off

On

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

EXTERNAL SPEAKERS ON/OFF SETUP (For 32/37/42/47LD450C)

Turn the external speakers on if using external audio equipment.


AUDIO

Move

Balance

Sound Mode

: Standard

Enter

2
3

Infinite Sound :Off

Treble

50

Treble

50

Bass

50

Bass

50

Reset

Reset

TV Speaker

: On

TV Speaker

: On

ENTER

Select Exrernal Speaker.

ENTER

Select On or Off.

EXIT

Infinite Sound :Off

Select AUDIO.

BACK

Balance

: Standard

MENU

Move

Sound Mode

External Speaker : Off

AUDIO

External Speaker : Off

Off
On

Enter
R

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

EXIT

: Standard

Select AUDIO.

BACK

Move

: Off 3

Sound Mode

MENU

AUDIO
Clear Voice II

Balance

Enter

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


STEREO/SAP BROADCAST SETUP
On analog signals, this TV can receive MTS stereo programs and any SAP (Secondary Audio
Program) that accompanies the stereo program if the station transmits an additional sound signal.
Mono sound is automatically used if the broadcast is only in Mono.

Multi Audio

English

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

Exit

Analog TV
1
2

Q.MENU

Select SAP.

ENTER

Select Mono, Stereo, or


SAP.

3
EXIT

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Digital TV

Return to TV viewing.

1
2

Q.MENU

Select Multi Audio.

ENTER

Select other languages.

3
EXIT

Return to TV viewing.


AUDIO LANGUAGE
This feature operates only in DTV/Cable DTV mode.

OPTION

Move

Enter

Language
Caption

: Off

Power Indicator

Initial Setting
:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Select Language.

ENTER

Select Audio Language.


Select your desired language.

EXIT

English

Audio Language

English

Close

Set ID

ENTER

BACK

: Off

:1

Select OPTION.

Caption

Set ID

MENU

Language

Enter

Menu Language

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

Move

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

OPTION

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


ON-SCREEN MENUS LANGUAGE SELECTION
The menus can be shown on the screen in the selected language.

OPTION

Move

Language
Caption

Enter

: Off

Power Indicator

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

2
3

122

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Select Language.

ENTER

Select Menu Language.


Select your desired language.
From this point on, the on-screen menus
will be shown in the selected language.

EXIT

: Off

Initial Setting

ENTER

BACK

Caption

:1

Select OPTION.

Language

Set ID

MENU

Move

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

OPTION

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Enter

Menu Language

English

Audio Language

English

Close


CAPTION MODE
Analog Broadcasting System Captions
Captions are provided to help the hearing impaired watch TV. Select a caption mode for displaying
captioning information if provided on a program. Analog caption displays information at any position
on the screen and is usually the program's dialog. Caption/Text, if provided by the broadcaster, would
be available for both digital and analog channels on the Antenna/Cable. This TV is programmed to
memorize the caption/text mode which was last set when you turned the power off. This function is
only available when Caption Mode is set On.

OPTION

Move

Enter

Language
Caption

:1

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Select OPTION.

ENTER

Select Caption.

ENTER

Select On.
Select CC1-4 or Text1-4.

5
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.

On

Mode

CC1

Digital Option

Initial Setting

Set ID

MENU

: CC1

Enter

Close

When selecting Off, Sub-menus for


Analog, DTV, and Digital Option
become disabled.
Caption
The term for the words that scroll
across the bottom of the TV screen;
usually the audio portion of the program provided for the hearing
impaired.
Text
The term for the words that appear in
a large black frame and almost cover
the entire screen; usually messages
provided by the broadcaster.

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

Caption
Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Move

Language
: Off

Power Indicator

OPTION

Return to TV viewing.

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SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL


Digital Broadcasting System Captions
Choose the language you want the DTV/Cable DTV Captions to appear in.
Other Languages can be chosen for digital sources only if they are included on the program.
This function in only available when Caption Mode is set On.

OPTION

Move

Enter

Language
Caption

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Select Caption.

ENTER

Select On.
Select CC1-4, Text1-4, or Service1- 6.

BACK

EXIT

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Set ID

ENTER

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Enter

On

Mode

CC1

Digital Option

Initial Setting
:1

Select OPTION.

: CC1

Set ID

MENU

Caption
Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Move

Language
: Off

Power Indicator

OPTION

Close

Caption Option
Customize the DTV/Cable DTV captions that appear on your screen.
This function in only available when Caption Mode is set On.

OPTION

Move

Enter

: CC1

Initial Setting

Font 1

Text Color

Power Indicator

On

Mode

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

White

Text Opacity

Solid

Bg Color

CC1
Digital Option
Close

A Standard

Font

Language
Caption

Custom

Size

Black

Bg Opacity

Solid

Edge Type

None

Edge Color

Black
Close

MENU

Select OPTION.

Size: Set the word size.


Font: Select a typeface for the text.
Text Color: Choose a color for the
text.
Text Opacity: Specify the opacity for
the text color.
Bg (Background) Color: Select a
background color.

Bg (Background) Opacity: Select the
opacity for the background color.
Edge Type: Select an edge type.
Edge Color: Select a color for the
edges.

2
3

ENTER

Select Caption.

ENTER

Select On.

4
5

Select Digital Option.

ENTER

Select Custom.

SOUND & LANGUAGE CONTROL

Customize the Size, Font, etc., to your


preference. A preview icon is provided
at the bottom of the screen, use it to
see the caption language.

6
7
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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TIME
TIME SETTING
SETTING
CLOCK SETTING
Auto Clock Setup
The time is set automatically from a digital channel signal.
The digital channel signal includes information for the current time provided by the broadcasting station.
Set the clock manually if the current time is set incorrectly by the auto clock function.

TIME

Move

Clock
Off Time

: Off

On TIme
Sleep Timer

Enter

TIME

Clock

Move

Enter

Off Time

: Off

: Off

On TIme

: Off

: Off

Sleep Timer

: Off

Auto

Month

02

Date

21

Year

2010

Hour

10 AM

Minute

10

Time Zone

Eastern

Daylight Saving

Auto
Close

TIME SETTING

1
2
3

MENU

Select TIME.

ENTER

Select Clock.

ENTER

Select Auto.

Select your viewing area time zone.


USA: Eastern, Central, Mountain,
Pacific, Alaska, or Hawaii.
Canada: Eastern, Central, Mountain,
Pacific, New Foundland, or Atlantic.

Select Auto, Off, or On (depending


on whether or not your viewing area
observes Daylight Saving time).

6
BACK

EXIT

126

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Manual Clock Setup


If the current time setting is wrong, reset the clock manually.

TIME

Move

Clock
Off Time

: Off

On TIme
Sleep Timer

Enter

TIME

Clock

Move

Off Time

: Off

: Off

On TIme

: Off

: Off

Sleep Timer

: Off

Enter

Manual

Month

02

Date

21

Year

2010

Hour

10 AM

Minute

10

Time Zone

Eastern

Daylight Saving

Auto
Close

2
3

MENU

Select TIME.

ENTER

Select Clock.

ENTER

Select Manual.

TIME SETTING

Select the Year, Month, Date, Hour, or Minute


option.

Set the Year, Month, Date, Hour, or Minute


option.

6
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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TIME SETTING
AUTO ON/OFF TIME SETTING
This function operates only if the current time has been set.
The Off Time function overrides the On Time function if they are both set to the same time.
The TV must be in standby mode for the On Time to work.
If you do not press any button within 2 hours after the TV turns on with the On Time function, the TV
will automatically revert to standby mode.

TIME

Move

TIME

Enter

Clock

Move

Enter

Clock

Off Time

: Off

On TIme

: Off

Sleep Timer

: Off

Feb. 21, 2010 10:10 AM

Off Time

: Off

On TIme

: 6:30 AM (Once)
Repeat
: Off
Hour

Sleep Timer

Minute

Once
6 AM
30

Input

TV

Channel

TV 2-0

Volume

30
Close

TIME SETTING

1
2
3

Select TIME.

ENTER

Select Off Time or On Time.

ENTER

Select Repeat.

Select Off, Once, Daily, Mon.~Fri.,


Mon.~Sat., Sat.~ Sun., or Sun..

Select and set Hour or Minute.

6
BACK

EXIT

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To cancel On/Off Time function, select


Off.
Only for On Time function

MENU

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

3
4

Select Input.
Select the desired input source.
When Selecting TV:
set the channel at turn-on.
Adjust to sound level at
turn-on.


SLEEP TIMER SETTING
The Sleep Timer turns the TV off at the preset time.
Note that this setting is cleared when the TV is turned off.

TIME

Move

Enter

Clock

TIME

Move

Enter

Clock

Off Time

: Off

Off Time

: Off

On TIme

: Off

On TIme

: Off

Sleep Timer

: Off

Sleep Timer

: Off

Off
10 min.

20 min.
30 min.
60 min.
90 min.
120 min.
180 min.
240 min.

1
2

Select TIME.

ENTER

Select Sleep Timer.

ENTER

Make appropriate adjustments.

4
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.

To cancel the Sleep Timer, select Off.


You can also adjust Sleep Timer in
the Q.MENU.

TIME SETTING

MENU

Return to TV viewing.

129

PARENTAL
CONTROL
/ RATINGS
PARENTAL CONTROL
/ RATINGS
Parental Control can be used to block specific channels, ratings and other viewing sources.
The Parental Control Function (V-Chip) is used to block program viewing based on the ratings sent by
the broadcasting station. The default setting is to allow all programs to be viewed. Viewing can be
blocked by choosing the type of the program and the categories. It is also possible to block all program viewing for a time period. To use this function, the following must be done :
1. Set ratings and categories to be blocked.
2. Specify a password
3. Enable the lock

V-Chip rating and categories


Rating guidelines are provided by broadcasting stations. Most television programs and television movies can be blocked by TV Rating and/or Individual Categories. Movies that have been shown at the
theaters or direct-to-video movies use the Movie Rating System (MPAA) only.

Ratings for Television programs including made-for-TV movies:


TV-G (General audience)
TV-PG (Parental guidance suggested)
TV-14 (Parents strongly cautioned)
TV-MA (Mature audience only)
TV-Y (All children)
TV-Y7 (Children 7 years older)

SET PASSWORD & LOCK SYSTEM


PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

Setting up Your Password


Set up blocking schemes to block specific channels, ratings, and external viewing sources.
A password is required to gain access to this menu.
LOCK
Set Password

1
2

MENU

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Move

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

ENTER

Enter

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

Enter Password

Close

Enter the password as requested.


The TV is set up with the initial
password 0-0-0-0.
If you forget your password, press
0-3-2-5 on the remote control.

Set Password
Change the password by inputting a new password twice.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

1
2

: On

Move

Set Password

New

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Block Channel Confirm

Movie Rating

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Input Block

ENTER

MENU

Lock System

LOCK

Enter

Close

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

ENTER

2
5

5
BACK

EXIT

4
7

Choose any 4 digits for your new


password.
As soon as the 4 digits are entered,
re-enter the same 4 digits on the
Confirm.

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

Select Set Password.

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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS


Lock System
Enables or disables the blocking scheme you set up previously.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

1
2

MENU

Set Password

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

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4
5

BACK

EXIT

Enter

: On

Block Channel

Off
: On
On
Block Channel

Movie Rating

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Input Block

ENTER

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

Select Lock System.

ENTER

Move

Lock System

LOCK

Select On or Off.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

Lock System

When you select On, the Lock


System is enable.


CHANNEL BLOCKING
Blocks any channels that you do not want to watch or that you do not want your children to watch.

Block Channel

LOCK

Move

Set Password

Favorite Group:

DTV

Enter

3-1

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

A
TV

page 1/1

Cable DTV

Cable TV

5-1

7-1

CH.Change

Navigation

Page Change

Previous

Block/Unblock

MENU

ENTER

Select LOCK.

If a channel is locked, enter the


password to unlock it temporarily.

Input the password.

3
4

Select Block Channel.

ENTER

YELLOW

6
BACK

EXIT

Block or unblock a channel.


Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

Select a channel to block or unblock.

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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS


MOVIE & TV RATING
Movie Rating (MPAA)- For USA
Blocks movies according to the movie ratings limits specified, so children cannot view certain movies.
You can set the ratings limit by blocking out all the movies with the ratings above a specified level.
Keep in mind that the movie ratings limit only applies to movies shown on TV, not TV programs, such
as soap operas.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

LOCK

Move

Set Password

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

Enter

Blocking off : Permits all


programs
G

PG
TV Rating-Children
PG-13
TV Rating-General
R
Downloadable Rating
NC-17
Input Block
X

Blocking Off

1
2

MENU

ENTER

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

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134

3
4

Select Movie Rating.

ENTER

5
BACK

EXIT

Select G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17, X, or


Blocking Off.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

If Movie Rating, TV Rating-Children


or TV Rating-General is locked, enter
the password to unlock it temporarily.
G (General audience)
PG (Parental guidance suggested)
PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned)
R (Restricted)
NC-17 (No one 17 and under admitted)
X (Adult only)
Blocking Off (Permits all programs)

If you set PG-13: G and PG movies
will be available, PG-13, R, NC-17 and
X will be blocked.

TV Rating Children

- For USA

 revents children from watching certain children's TV programs, according to the ratings limit set. The
P
children rating does not apply to other TV programs. Unless you block certain TV programs intended
for mature audiences in the TV Rating - sub menu, your children can view those programs.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

1
2

MENU

LOCK

: On

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Block Channel

Movie Rating

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Input Block

ENTER

Enter

Set Password

Lock System

Select LOCK.

Move

Age

Fantasy Violence
Close

Age (applies to TV-Y, TV-Y7)


Fantasy Violence (applies to TV-Y7)

Input the password.

4
5

Select TV Rating-Children.

ENTER

Select Age or Fantasy Violence.

ENTER

Select block options.

6
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS


TV Rating General

- For USA

Based on the ratings, blocks certain TV programs that you and your family do not want to view.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

1
2

MENU

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

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4
5

Set Password
Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Block Channel

Movie Rating

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

TV Rating-General Violence
Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Input Block

ENTER

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

ENTER

Select Age, Dialogue, Language, Sex


or Violence.

ENTER

Select block options.

BACK

EXIT

Enter

: On

Select TV Rating-General.

Move

Lock System

LOCK

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Age

Dialogue

Language
TV Rating-Children Sex

Close

Age (applies to TV-G,T V-PG,T V14,TV-MA).


Dialogue-sexual dialogue (applies to
TV-PG,TV-14).
Language-adult language (applies to
TV-PG, TV-14, TV-MA).
Sex-sexual
situations (applies to
TV-PG, TV-14, TV-MA).
Violence (applies to TV-PG, TV-14,
TV-MA).

TV Rating English

- For CANADA

Selecting Canadian English rating system.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

Lock System

: On

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

Downloadable Rating

TV Rating-English E
TV Rating-French C

Input Block

Key Lock

: Off

Key Lock

Blocking off : Permits all


programs

Downloadable Rating
C8+
Input Block
: Off

G
PG
14+
18+
Blocking Off

1
2

MENU

ENTER

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

3
ENTER

5
BACK

EXIT

Select E, C, C8+, G, PG, 14+, 18+, or


Blocking Off.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

Select TV Rating-English.

If TV Rating-English or TV RatingFrench is locked, enter the password


to unlocked it temporarily.
E (Exempt)
C (Children)
C8+ (Children eight years and older)
G (General programming, suitable
for all audiences)
PG (Parental Guidance)
14+ (Viewers 14 years and older)
18+ (Adult programming)
Blocking Off (Permits all programs)

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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS


TV Rating French

- For CANADA

Selecting Canadian French rating system.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

LOCK

Move

Set Password

Enter

Blocking off : Permits all


programs

Lock System

: On

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Block Channel

TV Rating-English

TV Rating-French

TV Rating-English E
TV Rating-French G

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

8ans+
Downloadable Rating
13ans+
Input Block

Key Lock

: Off

Key Lock

: Off

16ans+
18ans+
Blocking Off

MENU

ENTER

Select LOCK.

E (Exempt)
G (General)
8ans+ (General-Not convenient for
little children)
13ans+ (Not convenient for children
of 13 years and younger)
16ans+ (Not convenient for children
of 16 years and younger)
18ans+ (This programs is only for
adults)
Blocking Off (Permits all programs)

Input the password.

3
PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

138

Select TV Rating-French.

ENTER

5
BACK

EXIT

Select E, G, 8ans+, 13ans+, 16ans+,


18ans+, or Blocking Off.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.


DOWNLOADABLE RATING

This
function is available only for digital channels.
This function operates only when TV has received Region5 Rating data.

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

LOCK

Move

Enter

Set Password

Lock System

: On

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Block Channel

Movie Rating

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Sport

Cruelty
TV Rating-Children
Language
TV Rating-General
Sadness
Downloadable Rating
Genre
Input Block
Age

Humor

Close

ENTER

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

3
4
5

Select Downloadable Rating.

ENTER

Select desired Downloadable Rating


option.

ENTER

Select desired option and block it.

6
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.

If a Downloadable rating is locked,


enter the password to unlock it temporarily.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

MENU

Based on rating table, your TV's


OSD (On Screen Display) may differ slightly from what is shown in
this manual.

Return to TV viewing.

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PARENTAL CONTROL / RATINGS


EXTERNAL INPUT BLOCKING
Enables you to block an input.

LOCK

Move

Enter

LOCK

Move

Lock System

: On

Lock System

Block Channel

AV
Block Channel

Movie Rating

Component
Movie
Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

TV Rating-Children
RGB-PC

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

: On

Key Lock

: Off

Off

Key Lock

: Off HDMI3

Off

i.e)

MENU

ENTER

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

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3
4

Select Input Block.

ENTER

Select input source.


Select On or Off.

6
BACK

EXIT

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

Off

Close

Off
Off

TV Rating-General
HDMI1
Downloadable Rating
HDMI2
Input
Block

Enter

Off


KEY LOCK
This feature can be used to prevent unauthorized viewing by locking out the front panel controls, so
that it can only be used with the remote control.
This TV is programmed to remember which option it was last set to even if you turn the TV off.

LOCK

1
2

MENU

Move

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Key Lock

: Off

ENTER

Enter

Select LOCK.

Input the password.

Select LOCK.

ENTER

4
BACK

EXIT

Select On or Off.
Return to the previous menu.
Return to TV viewing.

Move

Lock System

: On

Block Channel

Movie Rating

TV Rating-Children

TV Rating-General

Downloadable Rating

Input Block

Key Lock

: Off

Enter

Off
On

In Key Lock On, if the TV is turned


off, press the / I, INPUT, CH (or
) button on the TV or POWER,
INPUT, CH () or NUMBER buttons on the remote control.
With the Key Lock On, the display
! Key Lock appears on the screen
if any button on the front panel is
pressed while viewing the TV.

PARENTAL CONTROL / RATING

LOCK

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APPENDIX
APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING
Abnormal Operation
Check to see if there is any object between the product and the remote
control causing obstruction. Ensure you are pointing the remote control
directly at the TV.
Ensure that the batteries are installed with correct polarity (+ to +, - to -).
Ensure that the correct remote operating mode is set: TV, VCR etc.
Install new batteries.
*This feature is not available for all models.

The remote control


doesnt work

Is the sleep timer set?


Check the power control settings. Power interrupted.
If there is no signal, the TV turns off automatically in 15 minutes.

TV turns off suddenly

Video Problems
Check whether the product is turned on.
Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
Is the power cord inserted into wall power outlet?
Check your antenna direction and/or location.
Test the wall power outlet, plug another products power cord into the
outlet where the products power cord was plugged in.

No picture &No sound

Picture appears slowly


after switching on

This is normal, the image is muted during the product startup process.
Please contact your service center, if the picture has not appeared after
five minutes.

Adjust Color in menu option.


Keep a sufficient distance between the product and the VCR.
Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
Are the video cables installed properly?
Activate any function to restore the brightness of the picture.

APPENDIX

No or poor color or
poor picture

Horizontal/vertical bars
or picture shaking
Poor reception on
some channels
Lines or streaks in pictures
No picture when connecting HDMI

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Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power


tool.

Station or cable product experiencing problems, tune to another station.


Station signal is weak, reorient antenna to receive weaker station.
Check for sources of possible interference.

Check antenna (Change the direction of the antenna).

If an HDMI cable doesnt support High Speed HDMI, it can cause flickers or no screen display. In this case use the latest cables that support
High Speed HDMI.

Audio Problems
No output from one
of the speakers
Unusual sound from
inside the product
No sound
when connecting
HDMI/USB

Adjust Balance in menu option.

A change in ambient humidity or temperature may result in an unusual


noise when the product is turned on or off and does not indicate a fault
with the product.

Check High Speed HDMI cable.


Check USB cable over version 2.0.
*This feature is not available for all models.
Use normal MP3 file.

PC Mode Problems
The signal is out of
range
Vertical bar or stripe
on
background &
Horizontal Noise &
Incorrect position
Screen color is unstable or single color

Adjust resolution, horizontal frequency, or vertical frequency on the PC.


Check the input source.

Activate the Auto configure feature or adjust size, phase, or H/V position.
(Option)

Check the signal cable.


Reinstall the PC video card.

Check the manual for the video card in the PC to see if it supports
HDMI audio and how to set it up properly.

APPENDIX

When connecting the


HDMI cable to the PC,
there is no audio.

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APPENDIX

Movie List Problems


The file does not
appear on the Movie
List.
Message is displayed
saying This file is
invalid or the audio is
working normally but
the video is not working normally.
Message is displayed
saying Unsupported
Audio or the video is
working normally but
the audio is not working normally.

Check whether the file is playing normally on a PC. (Check whether the
file is damaged.)
Check whether the resolution is supported.
Check whether the video/audio codec is supported.
Check whether the frame rate is supported.

Check whether the


file is damaged.)
Check whether the
Check whether the
Check whether the

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144

file is playing normally on a PC. (Check whether the


audio codec is supported.
bit rate is supported.
sample rate is supported.

Check whether the file is playing normally on a PC. (Check whether the
file is damaged.)
Check whether the video file and subtitle file name are the same.
Check whether the video file and subtitle file are located in the same
folder.
Check whether the subtitle file is supported.
Check whether the language is supported. (When you open the subtitle
file on a PC, you can check the language of the subtitle file.)

Subtitle is not working.

Check whether the file extension is supported.


MAINTENANCE
Early malfunctions can be prevented. Careful and regular cleaning can extend the amount of time you
can enjoy your new TV.
Caution: Be sure to turn the power off and unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning.

Cleaning the Screen


1
2

 eres a great way to keep the dust off your screen for a while. Wet a soft cloth in a mixture of
H
lukewarm water and a little fabric softener or dish washing detergent. Wring the cloth until its
almost dry, and then use it to wipe the screen.
Make sure the excess water is off the screen, and then let it air-dry before you turn on your TV.

Cleaning the Cabinet


!

To remove dirt or dust, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
Please be sure not to use a wet cloth.

Extended Absence
CAUTION
If you expect to leave your TV dormant for a long time (such as a vacation), its a good idea to
unplug the power cord to protect against possible damage from lightning or power surges.

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APPENDIX
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS

22LE5300 (22LE5300-UE)
22LE5500 (22LE5500-UA)

Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand

471.2 mm x 365.9 mm x 155.4 mm


(18.5 inch x 14.4 inch x 6.1 inch)

542.9 mm x 407.1 mm x 155.4 mm


(21.3 inch x 16.0 inch x 6.1 inch)

Without stand

471.2 mm x 315.5 mm x 34.4 mm


(18.5 inch x 12.4 inch x 1.3 inch)

542.9 mm x 357.6 mm x 34.4 mm


(21.3 inch x 14.0 inch x 1.3 inch)

Weight

With stand

3.4 kg (7.4 lbs)

4.2 kg (9.2 lbs)

Without stand

3.2 kg (7.0 lbs)

3.9 kg (8.5 lbs)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)
Weight

26LE5300 (26LE5300-UE)
26LE5500 (26LE5500-UA)

With stand

652.0 mm x 480.8 mm x 191.4 mm


(25.6 inch x 18.9 inch x 7.5 inch)

Without stand

652.0 mm x 420.3 mm x 34.4 mm


(25.6 inch x 16.5 inch x 1.3 inch)

With stand

6.1 kg (13.4 lbs)

Without stand

5.1 kg (11.2 lbs)

Power Requirement

Adapter (DC Power)

19LE5300: 24V
22LE5300: 24V
22LE5500: 24V
26LE5300: 24V
26LE5500: 24V

, 1.6A
, 1.7 A
, 1.7 A
, 1.8 A
, 1.8 A

In: AC100-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz


Out: DC 24 V, 3.42 A

APPENDIX

Television System

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

Program Coverage

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

External Antenna Impedance


Environment
condition

Operating Temperature

The

75
0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)

Operating Humidity

Less than 80 %

Storage Temperature

-20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F)

Storage Humidity

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19LE5300 (19LE5300-UE)

Less than 85 %

specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.

32LE5300
(32LE5300-UC)

37LE5300
(37LE5300-UC)

With stand

784.6 mm x 558.1 mm x 221.0 mm


(30.8 inch x 21.9 inch x 8.7 inch)

905.0 mm x 630.0 mm x 270.0 mm


(35.6 inch x 24.8 inch x 10.6 inch)

Without stand

784.6 mm x 499.5 mm x 39.9 mm


(30.8 inch x 19.6 inch x 1.5 inch)

905.0 mm x 568.0 mm x 39.9 mm


(35.6 inch x 22.3 inch x 1.5 inch)

With stand

12.4 kg (27.3 lbs)

15.3 kg (33.7 lbs)

Without stand

10.5 kg (23.1 lbs)

12.8 kg (28.2 lbs)

42LE5300
(42LE5300-UC)

47LE5300
(47LE5300-UC)

With stand

1016.0 mm x 692.0 mm x 270.0 mm


(40.0 inch x 27.2 inch x 10.6 inch)

1126.6 mm x 757.9 mm x 284.4 mm


(44.3 inch x 29.8 inch x 11.1 inch)

Without stand

1016.0 mm x 630.0 mm x 29.3 mm


(40.0 inch x 24.8 inch x 1.1 inch)

1126.6 mm x 692.0 mm x 29.3 mm


(44.3 inch x 27.2 inch x 1.1 inch)

With stand

19.2 kg (42.3 lbs)

22.6 kg (49.8 lbs)

Without stand

16.7 kg (36.8 lbs)

19.6 kg (43.2 lbs)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)
Weight

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)
Weight

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand
Without stand

Weight

55LE5300
(55LE5300-UC)
1306.0 mm x 867.0 mm x 345.0 mm
(51.4 inch x 34.1 inch x 13.5 inch)
1306.0 mm x 797.0 mm x 30.7 mm
(51.4 inch x 31.3inch x 1.2 inch)

With stand

34.05 kg (75.0 lbs)

Without stand

28.8 kg (63.4 lbs)


AC 120 V ~ 50 / 60 Hz

Television System

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

Program Coverage

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

External Antenna Impedance


Environment
condition

Operating Temperature

The

75
0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)

Operating Humidity

Less than 80 %

Storage Temperature

-20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F)

Storage Humidity

APPENDIX

Power Requirement

Less than 85 %

specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.

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42LE7300
(42LE7300-UA)

47LE7300
(47LE7300-UA)

1009.2 mm x 694.5 mm x 286.5 mm


(39.7 inch x 27.3 inch x 11.2 inch)

1119.6 mm x 757.1 mm x 286.5 mm


(44.0 inch x 29.8 inch x 11.2 inch)

1009.2 mm x 629.7 mm x 29.3 mm


(39.7 inch x 24.7 inch x 1.1 inch)

1119.6 mm x 691.3 mm x 29.3 mm


(44.0 inch x 27.2 inch x 1.1 inch)

With stand

25.5 kg (56.2 lbs)

29.7 kg (65.4 lbs)

Without stand

21.0 kg (46.2 lbs)

25.2 kg (55.5 lbs)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand
Without stand

Weight

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)
Weight

With stand

1305.2 mm x 874.9 mm x 320.2 mm


(51.3 inch x 34.4 inch x 12.6 inch)

Without stand

1305.2 mm x 799.4 mm x 32.4 mm


(51.3 inch x 31.4 inch x 1.2 inch)

With stand

44.5 kg (98.1 lbs)

Without stand

37.1 kg (81.7 lbs)

Power requirement

AC 120 V ~ 50 / 60 Hz

Television System

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

Program Coverage

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

External Antenna Impedance


Environment
condition

APPENDIX

148

55LE7300
(55LE7300-UA)

Operating Temperature

0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)

Operating Humidity

Less than 80 %

Storage Temperature

-20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F)

Storage Humidity
The

75

Less than 85 %

specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.


32LD420
(32LD420-UA)

MODEL
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand

805.0 mm x 583.0 mm x 224.0 mm


(31.6 inch x 22.9 inch x 8.8 inch)

Without stand

Weight

805.0 mm x 531.0 mm x 79.9 mm


(31.6 inch x 20.9 inch x 3.1 inch)

With stand

10.8 kg (23.8 lbs)

Without stand

9.7 kg (21.3 lbs)


42LD420
(42LD420-UA)

47LD420
(47LD420-UA)

With stand

1028.0 mm x 715.4 mm x 297.0 mm


(40.4 inch x 28.1 inch x 11.6 inch)

1140.6 mm x 784.8 mm x 337.4 mm


(44.9 inch x 30.8 inch x 13.2 inch)

Without stand

1028.0 mm x 658.6 mm x 87.8 mm


(40.4 inch x 25.9 inch x 3.4 inch)

1140.6 mm x 722.9 mm x 99.0 mm


(44.9 inch x 28.4 inch x 3.8 inch)

With stand

16.6 kg (36.5 lbs)

21.6 kg (47.6 lbs)

Without stand

14.8 kg (32.6 lbs)

19.0 kg (41.8 lbs)

32LD450 (32LD450-UA)

37LD450 (37LD450-UA),
37LD450C (37LD450C-UA)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)
Weight

MODELS
With stand

799.0 mm x 555.0 mm x 207.0 mm


(31.4 inch x 21.8 inch x 8.1 inch)

916.0 mm x 625.0 mm x 261.0 mm


(36.0 inch x 24.6 inch x 10.2 inch)

Without stand

799.0 mm x 506.0 mm x 73.5 mm


(31.4 inch x 19.9 inch x 2.8 inch)

916.0 mm x 575.0 mm x 77.4 mm


(36.0 inch x 22.6 inch x 3.0 inch)

Weight

With stand

9.1 kg (20.0 lbs)

12.5 kg (27.5 lbs)

Without stand

8.1 kg (17.8 lbs)

10.8 kg (23.8 lbs)

42LD450 (42LD450-UA),
42LD450C (42LD450C-UA)

47LD450 (47LD450-UA),
47LD450C (47LD450C-UA)

With stand

1023.0 mm x 685.0 mm x 261.0 mm


(40.2 inch x 26.9 inch x 10.2 inch)

1136.0 mm x 757.0 mm x 270.0 mm


(44.7 inch x 29.8 inch x 10.6 inch)

Without stand

1023.0 mm x 635.0 mm x 76.6 mm


(40.2 inch x 25.0 inch x 3.0 inch)

1136.0 mm x 698.0 mm x 76.5 mm


(44.7 inch x 27.4 inch x 3.0 inch)

With stand

15.1 kg (33.2 lbs)

19.5 kg (42.9 lbs)

Without stand

13.5 kg (29.7 lbs)

17.5 kg (38.5 lbs)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)
Weight

Power requirement

AC 100-240 V ~ 50 / 60 Hz

Television System

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

Program Coverage

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

External Antenna Impedance


Environment
condition

Operating Temperature

The

75
0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)

Operating Humidity

Less than 80 %

Storage Temperature

-20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F)

Storage Humidity

APPENDIX

Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

Less than 85 %

specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.

149

APPENDIX
MODELS

42LD520
(42LD520-UA)

Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand

815.0 mm x 585.6 mm x 210.9 mm


(32.0 inch x 23.0 inch x 8.3 inch)

1052.2 mm x 720.1 mm x 270.6 mm


(41.4 inch x 28.3 inch x 10.6 inch)

Without stand

815.0 mm x 529.6 mm x 82.0 mm


(32.0 inch x 20.8 inch x 3.2 inch)

1052.2 mm x 657.3 mm x 90.8 mm


(41.4 inch x 25.8 inch x 3.5 inch)

Weight

With stand

12.6 kg (27.7 lbs)

19.0 kg (41.8 lbs)

Without stand

11.4 kg (25.1 lbs)

17.2 kg (37.9 lbs)

47LD520
(47LD520-UA)

55LD520 (55LD520-UA),
55LD520C (55LD520C-UA)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand

1173.4 mm x 791.4 mm x 319.0 mm


(46.1 inch x 31.1 inch x 12.5 inch)

1357.0 mm x 901.0 mm x 423.0 mm


(53.4 inch x 35.4 inch x 16.6 inch)

Without stand

1173.4 mm x 723.4 mm x 100.8 mm


(46.1 inch x 28.4 inch x 3.9 inch)

1357.0 mm x 835.4 mm x 109.6 mm


(53.4 inch x 32.8 inch x 4.3 inch)

Weight

With stand

23.6 kg (52.0 lbs)

36.4 kg (80.2 lbs)

Without stand

20.8 kg (45.8 lbs)

32.9 kg (72.5 lbs)

42LD630
(42LD630-UC)

47LD630
(47LD630-UC)

1024.0 mm x 685.0 mm x 261.0 mm


(40.3 inch x 26.9 inch x 10.2 inch)

1137.0 mm x 758.0 mm x 270.0 mm


(44.7 inch x 29.8 inch x 10.6 inch)

1024.0 mm x 621.0 mm x 76.8 mm


(40.3 inch x 24.4 inch x 3.0 inch)

1137.0 mm x 685.0 mm x 76.8 mm


(44.7 inch x 26.9 inch x 3.0 inch)

With stand

15.5 kg (34.1 lbs)

20.3 kg (44.7 lbs)

Without stand

13.9 kg (30.6 lbs)

18.3 kg (40.3 lbs)

MODELS
Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand
Without stand

Weight

MODELS

APPENDIX

Dimensions
(Width x
Height
x Depth)

With stand
Without stand

Weight

55LD630
(55LD630-UC)
1329.0 mm x 872.0 mm x 330.0 mm
(52.3 inch x 34.3 inch x 12.9 inch)
1329.0 mm x 796.0 mm x 96.5 mm
(52.3 inch x 31.3 inch x 3.7 inch)

With stand

33.0 kg (72.7 lbs)

Without stand

29.8 kg (65.6 lbs)

Power requirement

AC 100-240 V ~ 50 / 60 Hz

Television System

NTSC-M, ATSC, 64 & 256 QAM

Program Coverage

VHF 2-13, UHF 14-69, CATV 1-135, DTV 2-69, CADTV 1-135

External Antenna Impedance


Environment
condition

Operating Temperature

The

75
0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)

Operating Humidity

Less than 80 %

Storage Temperature

-20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F)

Storage Humidity

150

32LD520
(32LD520-UA)

Less than 85 %

specifications shown above may be changed without prior notice for quality improvement.


IR CODE
Code Function

Note

Function

Note

00

CH

Remote Control Button

B0

Remote Control Button

01

CH

Remote Control Button

B1

Remote Control Button

02

VOL +

Remote Control Button

BA

Remote Control Button

03

VOL -

Remote Control Button

D6

TV

Discrete IR Code

06

>

Remote Control Button

07

<

Remote Control Button

(Hexa)

(TV Input Selection)


C4

POWER ON

Remote Control Button

08

(Power On/Off)
MUTE

Remote Control Button

0B

INPUT

Remote Control Button

0F

TV

Remote Control Button

10-19

Number 0-9

Remote Control Button

1A

FLASHBK

Remote Control Button

1E

FAV/MARK

Remote Control Button

28

BACK

Remote Control Button

30

AV MODE

Remote Control Button

40

Remote Control Button

41

Remote Control Button

43

MENU

Remote Control Button

44

ENTER

Remote Control Button

45

Q.MENU

Remote Control Button

4C

- (Dash)/LIST

Remote Control Button

5B

EXIT

Remote Control Button

61

BLUE

Remote Control Button

63

YELLOW

Remote Control Button

71

GREEN

Remote Control Button

72

RED

Remote Control Button

79

RATIO

Remote Control Button

7E

SIMPLINK

Remote Control Button

8E

Remote Control Button

8F

Remote Control Button

95

ENERGY SAVING Remote Control Button

AA

INFO

Discrete IR Code
(Only Power On)

C5

POWER OFF

Discrete IR Code
(Only Power Off)

5A

AV or AV1

D0

AV2

Discrete IR Code
(AV1 Input Selection)
Discrete IR Code
(AV2 Input Selection)

BF

COMPONENT

Discrete IR Code
(Component Input Selection)

D5

RGB-PC

Discrete IR Code
(RGB-PC Input Selection)

CE

HDMI1

Discrete IR Code
(HDMI1 Input Selection)

CC

HDMI2

Discrete IR Code
(HDMI2 Input Selection)

E9

HDMI3

DA

HDMI4

Discrete IR Code
(HDMI3 Input Selection)
Discrete IR Code
(HDMI4 Input Selection)

76

Ratio 4:3

Discrete IR Code

APPENDIX

09

Use

Code

(Hexa)

(Only 4:3 Mode)


77

Ratio 16:9

Discrete IR Code
(Only 16:9 Mode)

AF

Ratio Zoom

Discrete IR Code
(Only Zoom Mode)

Remote Control Button

this feature depending on your models.

151

APPENDIX
EXTERNAL CONTROL THROUGH RS-232C
The RS-232C port allows you connect the RS-232C input jack to an external control device (such as
a computer or an A/V control system) to control the TVs functions externally.
Note: RS-232C on this unit is intended to be used with third party RS-232C control hardware and
software.
The instructions below are provided to help with programming software or to test functionality using
telenet software.

RS-232C Setup

DC-IN

/DVI IN

i.e)

(DVI)

RS-232C IN

(CONTROL&SERVICE)

OPTICAL
AUDIO IN DIGITAL
RGB/DVI AUDIO OUT

AV IN

VIDEO L(MONO) AUDIO R

RGB IN (PC)
Y

PB

VIDEO

PR

L
AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

ANTENNA/
CABLE IN

Communication Parameters

Type of Connector; D-Sub 9-Pin Male


No.

APPENDIX

152

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PC

Baud rate : 9600 bps (UART)


Data

length : 8 bits
Parity

: None
Stop

bit : 1 bit
Communication

code : ASCII code
Use

a crossed (reverse) cable.

Pin Name

No connection
RXD (Receive data)
TXD (Transmit data)
DTR (DTE side ready)
GND
DSR (DCE side ready)
RTS (Ready to send)
CTS (Clear to send)

No Connection
1

! NOTE
This product has command echo back in
the RS-232C Command.


RS-232C Configurations
7-Wire Configuration
(Serial female-female NULL modem cable)

PC
TV

RXD
TXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS

2
3
5
4
6
7
8

3
2
5
6
4
8
7

D-Sub 9

D-Sub 9

TXD
RXD
GND
DSR
DTR
CTS
RTS

3-Wire Configurations
(Not standard)
PC
TV

RXD
TXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS

2
3
5
4
6
7
8

3
2
5
6
4
7
8

D-Sub 9

D-Sub 9

TXD
RXD
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS

Set ID
Use this function to specify a TV ID number.
Refer to Real Data Mapping.
OPTION

Move

Enter

Language
Caption

OPTION

Move

Enter

Language
: Off

Caption

Power Indicator

: Off

Power Indicator

Initial Setting

Initial Setting

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Set ID

:1

Mode Setting

: Home Use

Close

2
3

MENU

ENTER

ENTER

4
BACK

EXIT

Select OPTION.
Select Set ID.
Choose the desired TV ID number.
The adjustment range of Set ID is
1~ 99.

Real data mapping

Step 0

Step 10 (Set ID 10)

Step 15 (Set ID 15)

10

Step 16 (Set ID 16)

63

Step 99 (Set ID 99)

64

Step 100

APPENDIX

Return to the previous menu.


Return to TV viewing.

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APPENDIX
Command Reference List
COMMAND2

DATA
(Hexadecimal)

01. Power

00 - 01

02. Input Select

P.155

03. Aspect Ratio

P.155

04. Screen Mute

00 - 01

05. Volume Mute

00 - 01

06. Volume
Control

00 - 64

07. Contrast

00 - 64

08. Brightness

00 - 64

09. Color

00 - 64

10. Tint

00 - 64

11. Sharpness

00 - 64

12. OSD Select

00 - 01

13. R
 emote
Control Lock
Mode

00 - 01

14. Treble

00 - 64

15. Bass

00 - 64

APPENDIX

16. Balance

00 - 64

17. C
 olor
Temperature

00 - 64

18. Energy Saving j

P.156

19. A
 uto
Configuration

P.156

21. C
 hannel Add/
Del

00 - 01

22. Key

P.157

23. Backlight

00 - 64

20.
Channel
Tuning

154

Transmission / Receiving Protocol

COMMAND1

COMMAND1

COMMAND2

DATA00
(Hexadecimal)

DATA01
(Hexadecimal)

physical
program
high

major
program
low

DATA02
(Hexadecimal)

DATA03
(Hexadecimal)

DATA04
(Hexadecimal)

DATA05
(Hexadecimal)

major low

minor
high

minor low

attribute

Transmission
[Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
[Command 1] : First command to control the set. (j,
k, m or x)

[Command 2] : Second command to control the


set.
[Set ID] : You can adjust the set ID to choose
desired TV ID number in Setup menu.
Adjustment range is 1-99. When selecting
Set ID 0, every connected the TV is controlled. Set ID is indicated as decimal
(1-99) on menu and as Hexa decimal (0x0
- 0x63) on transmission /receiving protocol.
[DATA] : To transmit the command data.
Transmit the FF data to read status of
command.
[Cr] : Carriage Return
ASCII code 0x0D
[ ] : ASCII code space (0x20)
* In this model, TV will not send the status during the
standby mode.
OK Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][OK][Data][x]
The TV transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based
on this format when receiving normal data. At this
time, if the data is data read mode, it indicates present status data. If the data is data write mode, it
returns the data of the PC computer.
* In this model, TV will not send the status during the
standby mode.
* Data Format
[Command 2] : Use as command.
[Set ID] : Use the small character, if set ID is 10, it will send
the 0, a.
[DATA] : Use the small character, if data is 0 x ab, it will
send the a, b.
[OK] : Use the large character.
Error Acknowledgement
[Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][NG][Data][x]
 he TV transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based
T
on this format when receiving abnormal data from
non-viable functions or communication errors.
Data1: Illegal Code
Data2: Not supported function
Data3: Wait more time
* In this model, TV will not send the status during the
standby mode.
* Data Format
[Command 2] : Use as command.
[Set ID] : Use the small character, if set ID is 10, it will send
the 0, a.
[DATA] : Use the small character, if data is 0 x ab, it will
send the a, b.
[NG] : Use the large character


01. Power (Command: k a)

05. Volume Mute (Command: k e)

To control Power On/Off of the TV.

Transmission [k][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: Power Off

To control volume mute on/off.


You can also adjust mute using the MUTE button on
remote control.

Acknowledgement [a][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

* In a like manner, if other functions transmit FF data


based on this format, Acknowledgement data feedback presents status about each function.
* Note: In this model, TV will send the Acknowledge
after power on processing completion.
There might be a time delay between command and
acknowledge.

Data 01: Power On

02. Input Select (Command: x b)

Transmission [k][e][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: Volume mute on (Volume off)

Data 01: Volume mute off (Volume on)

Acknowledgement [e][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

06. Volume Control (Command: k f)


To adjust volume.
You can also adjust volume with the volume buttons
on remote control.

To select input source for TV.

Transmission [k][f][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Transmission [x][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: DTV (Antenna)

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Data 10: Analog (Antenna) Data 11: Analog (Cable)

Acknowledgement [f][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Data 20: AV or AV1

Data 40: Component

Data 60: RGB-PC

Data 90: HDMI1

Data 91: HDMI2

Data 92: HDMI3

Data 93: HDMI4

Acknowledgement [b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Data 21: AV 2

* Use the feature depending on your model.


03. Aspect Ratio (Command: k c)

07. Contrast (Command: k g)



To adjust screen contrast.


You can also adjust contrast in the PICTURE menu.

Transmission [k][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Acknowledgement [g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

08. Brightness (Command: k h)

To adjust the screen format.

Transmission [k][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

To adjust screen brightness.


You can also adjust brightness in the PICTURE menu.

Data 01: 4:3

Data 09: Just scan

Transmission [k][h][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 02: 16:9

Data 10: Cinema Zoom1

Data 04: Zoom

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Data 05: Zoom2

Acknowledgement [h][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Data 06: Set by program

Acknowledgement [c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]


Data 1F: Cinema Zoom16

04. Screen Mute (Command: k d)


To select screen mute on/off.

Transmission [k][d][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: Screen mute off (Picture on), Video-out Mute off

Data 01: Screen mute on (Picture off)

Data 10: Video-out Mute on

Acknowledgement [d][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

* In case of Video-out Mute on only, TV will display On


Screen Display (OSD). But, in case of screen mute
on, TV will not display On Screen Display (OSD).

09. Color (Command: k i)



To adjust screen color.


You can also adjust color in the PICTURE menu.

Transmission [k][i][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Acknowledgement [i][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

APPENDIX

10. Tint (Command: k j)



To adjust screen tint.


You can also adjust tint in the PICTURE menu.

Transmission [k][j][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Red: 00 - Green: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Acknowledgement [ j ][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

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APPENDIX
11. Sharpness (Command: k k)

To adjust screen sharpness.


You can also adjust sharpness in the Picture menu.

17. Color Temperature (Command: x u)

Transmission [k][k][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

To adjust color temperature.


You can also adjust color temperature in the Picture
menu.

Acknowledgement [k][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Transmission [x][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Acknowledgement [u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

12. OSD Select (Command: k l)


To select OSD (On Screen Display) on/off.

Transmission [k][l][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: OSD off

Acknowledgement [l][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Data 01: OSD on

13. Remote Control Lock Mode (Command: k m)


To lock the remote control and the front panel controls on the set.

Transmission [k][m][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: Lock off

Acknowledgement [m][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Data 01: Lock on

If youre not using the remote control and front panel
controls on the TV, use this mode. When main power
is on/off, remote control lock is released.
If Key Lock is on in the standby mode, TV will not turn
on by POWER button of remote control and on the
TV.

Acknowledgement [t][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

18. Energy Saving (Command: j q)


To control the energy saving function.

Transmission [ j ][q][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: Energy saving - off


01: Energy saving - Minimum
02: Energy saving - Medium
03: Energy saving - Maximum
04: Energy saving - Auto (depending on model)
05: Energy saving - Screen off

Acknowledgement [q][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking automatically. Auto configuration only works in
RGB-PC mode.

APPENDIX

Transmission [ j ][u][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

14. Treble (Command: k r)

Data 01: To set

To adjust treble.
You can also adjust treble in the Audio menu.

Acknowledgement [u][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Transmission [k][r][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

20. Channel Tuning (Command: m a)

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

To tune channel to following physical/major/minor number.

Acknowledgement [r][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

Transmission [m][a][ ][Set ID][ ][Data00][ ][Data01]

[ ][Data02][ ][Data03][ ][Data04][ ][Data05][Cr]

15. Bass (Command: k s)


To adjust bass.
You can also adjust bass in the Audio menu.

Transmission [k][s][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)

*Refer to Real data mapping.

Acknowledgement [s][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

16. Balance (Command: k t)

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19. Auto Configuration (Command: j u)

To adjust balance.
You can also adjust balance in the Audio menu.

Transmission [k][t][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min: 00 - Max: 64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)


*Refer to Real data mapping.

Digital channels have a Physical, Major, and Minor


channel number. The Physical number is the actual
digital channel number, the Major is the number that
the channel should be mapped to, and the Minor is
the sub-channel. Since the ATSC tuner automatically
maps the channel to the Major number, the Physical
number is not required when sending a command.

Data 00: Physical Channel Number

NTSC air: 02 - 45, NTSC cable: 01, 0E - 7D

ATSC air: 01 - 45, ATSC cable: 01 - 87

Data 01 & 02: Major Channel Number

Data 01: High byte

Data 02: Low byte

 wo bytes are available for the Major and Minor,


T
normally only the second byte is used.
Data 03 & 04: Minor Channel Number
Not needed for NTSC.


Data5: 7

4
Reserved

Two/One Part
Channel

Using Physical
Channel

0 Main

0 Two

0 Use

NTSC Air

1 Sub

1 One

1 No Use

NTSC Cable

ATSC Air

ATSC Cable_std

ATSC Cable_hrc

ATSC Cable_irc

ATSC cable_auto

Reserved

...

Reserved

The table above lists the binary code which must be


converted to Hexadecimal before sending. For example: The binary code to tune the sub source to an
NTSC cable channel is 1000 0001, which translates
to 81 in Hex.
* 7th bit : For which source do you want to change the
channel.
*6
 th bit: Use a two part or one part channel. Most
cases just use 0 since its ignored when using
NTSC.
*5
 th bit: Use 0 with NTSC since it can only use the
physical channel number. Normally use 1 for ATSC
since most times it doesnt matter what the physical
number is.
* 4th bit: Set to 0.
* 3-0 bits: Choose signal type.

1. Tune to the analog (NTSC) cable channel 35.

Data 00 = Physical of 35 = 23

Data 01 & 02 = No Major = 00 00

Data 03 & 04 = No Minor = 00 00

Data 05 = 0000 0001 in binary = 01

Total = ma 00 23 00 00 00 00 01

21. Channel Add/Del (Command: m b)


To add and delete the channels.

Transmission [m][b][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data 00: Channel Delete Data 01: Channel Add

Acknowledgement [b][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

22. Key (Command: m c)


To send IR remote control code.


Transmission [m][c][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]


See page 151.
Acknowledgement [c][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

When TV is in the standby mode, TV will turn on by


POWER button of remote control only.
23. Backlight (Command: m g)
To adjust screen backlight.

Transmission [m][g][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

Data Min:00 ~ Max:64 (*transmit by Hexadecimal code)

*Refer to Real data mapping.

Acknowledgement [g][ ][Set ID][ ][OK/NG][Data][x]

APPENDIX

* Tune Command Examples:



][Set ID][ Step
][OK][Data00]
3 Acknowledgement[a][
2
1
0
[Data01] [Data02][Data03][Data04][x][a][ ][Set ID][ ]
[NG][Data00][x]

Main/Sub
Picture

2. Tune to the digital (ATSC) local channel 30-3.

Data 00 = Dont know Physical = 00

Data 01 & 02 = Major is 30 = 00 1E

Data 03 & 04 = Minor is 3 = 00 03

Data 05 = 0010 0010 in binary = 22

Total = ma 00 00 00 1E 00 03 22

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COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY
AND ALL OTHER COMMERCIAL DAMAGES OR
LOSSES, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY SHALL HAVE BEEN
INFORMED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL
NOT APPLY TO LIABILITY FOR DEATH OR
PERSONAL INJURY RESULTING FROM SUCH
PARTY'S NEGLIGENCE TO THE EXTENT
APPLICABLE LAW PROHIBITS SUCH LIMITATION.
SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THIS EXCLUSION
AND LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
10. U.S. GOVERNMENT END USERS.

The covered code is a "commercial item," as that
term is defined in 48 C.F.R. 2.101 (Oct. 1995), consisting of "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation," as such
terms are used in 48 C.F.R. 12.212 (Sept. 1995).
Consistent with 48 C.F.R. 12.212 and 48 C.F.R.
227.7202-1 through 227.7202-4 (June 1995), all
U.S. Government end users acquire covered code
with only those rights set forth herein.

11. MISCELLANEOUS.

This license represents the complete agreement concerning subject matter hereof. If any provision of this
license is held to be unenforceable, such provision
shall be reformed only to the extent necessary to
make it enforceable. This License shall be governed
by California law provisions (except to the extent
applicable law, if any, provides otherwise), excluding
its conflict-of-law provisions. With respect to disputes in which at least one party is a citizen of, or an
entity chartered or registered to do business in the
united states of america, any litigation relating to this
License shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the
federal courts of the northern district of california,
with venue lying in santa clara county, california, with
the losing party responsible for costs, including without limitation, court costs and reasonable attorneys'
fees and expenses. The application of the united
nations convention on contracts for the International
sale of goods is expressly excluded. Any law or regulation which provides that the language of a contract
shall be construed against the drafter shall not apply
to this license.
12. RESPONSIBILITY FOR CLAIMS.

As between initial developer and the contributors,
each party is responsible for claims and damages
arising, directly or indirectly, out of its utilization of
rights under this license and you agree to work with
initial developer and contributors to distribute such
responsibility on an equitable basis. Nothing herein is
intended or shall be deemed to constitute any
admission of liability.

The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public


License Version 1.1 (the license); you may not use this file
except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a
copy of the license at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
Software distributed under the license is distributed on an
"AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either
express or implied. See the license for the specific language governing rights and limitations under the License.
The Original Code is ______________________________________
.
The Initial Developer of the Original Code
is___________________.
Portions created by ______________________ are Copyright
(C) _______________________. All Rights Reserved.
Contributor(s): ______________________________________.
Alternatively, the contents of this file may be used under
the terms of the _____ license (the "[___] License"), in
which case the provisions of [______] license are applicable
instead of those above. If you wish to allow use of your
version of this file only under the terms of the [____] license
and not to allow others to use your version of this file under
the MPL, indicate your decision by deleting the provisions
above and replace them with the notice and other provisions required by the [___] license. If you do not delete the
provisions above, a recipient may use your version of this file
under either the MPL or the [___] license."
NOTE: The text of this exhibit A may differ slightly from the
text of the notices in the source code files of the original
code. You should use the text of this exhibit A rather than
the text found in the original code/source code for Your
modifications.

APPENDIX

13. MULTIPLE-LICENSED CODE.



Initial developer may designate portions of the covered code as "Multiple-Licensed". "MultipleLicensed" means that the initial developer permits
you to utilize portions of the covered code under your
choice of the NPL or the alternative licenses, if any,
specified by the initial developer in the file described
in exhibit A.

EXHIBIT A -Mozilla Public License.

171

OWNERS MANUAL

LED LCD TV / LCD TV


Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.

The model and serial number of the TV is located


on the back and one side of the TV.
Record it below should you ever need service.

LED LCD TV MODELS


19LE5300
32LE5300
22LE5300
37LE5300
26LE5300
42LE5300
22LE5500
47LE5300
26LE5500
55LE5300

42LE7300
47LE7300
55LE7300

LCD TV MODELS
32LD420
32LD450
42LD420
37LD450
47LD420
42LD450
47LD450
37LD450C
42LD450C
47LD450C

32LD520
42LD630
42LD520
47LD630
47LD520
55LD630
55LD520
55LD520C

MODEL
SERIAL

P/NO : SAC34134204 (1005-REV06)

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